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What About the‘Lost Children’ (and Mothers) of America?

by Rheann Kelly, Natalie Medley and Christina Kovats

It’s time for their voices to be heard.


The Civil War Never Stopped Being Fought in America’s Classrooms

by Arica L. Coleman

Here’s why that matters.


Grading President Trump

by Julian E. Zelizer

While he gets high marks for using his executive power to enact policy changes, by most measures, he is not doing well.


How does an authoritarian regime like Russia celebrate a revolution?

by Cynthia Hooper

“And what, exactly, is there to be celebrating?” snapped Vladimir Putin’s press secretary on Oct. 25.


Putin’s Russia: Revolution, What Revolution?

by Anastasia Edel

Today, the official birthday of the USSR, is no longer part of Russia’s holiday canon.


Leave It to the Generals

by Andrew J. Bacevich

A nonstrategy for Afghanistan


The forgotten civil rights case that stopped the spread of Jim Crow

by Elizabeth A. Herbin-Triant

How? By focusing on white property rights, not black civil rights.


A Confederate Curriculum

by Jonathan Zimmerman

How Miss Millie taught the Civil War.


Who Saved Israel in 1947?

by Martin Kramer

The usual answer is Truman—but it could just as easily be Stalin. In fact, thanks to Zionist diplomacy, it was both; and therein lies a lesson for the Jewish state today.


The ugly history of the Pledge of Allegiance — and why it matters

by Christopher Petrella

Requiring displays of patriotism have often been tied to nativism and bigotry.



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