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Roundup Top 10!

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Adam Cohen: Clarence Thomas Knows Nothing of My Work

by Adam Cohen

The justice used my book to tie abortion to eugenics. But his rendition of the history is incorrect.

 

In our tumultuous times, history offers hope

by Katrina vanden Heuvel

In his book, my father ceaselessly reminds us that hard work and idealism can create change.

 

 

Billionaires can't fix college: Here's the real crisis in higher education

by Jim Sleeper

In this conversation between historian Matthew Frye Jacobson and Professor Jim Sleeper, they discuss how to reclaim college from market ideology.

 

 

Tony Horwitz’s Greatest Book, Confederates in the Attic, Seems Even More Crucial Today

by Rebecca Onion

Confederates in the Attic is a gift to teachers of American history. It’s wryly funny but sneakily profound.

 

 

Socialists Don’t Know History

by Joseph Epstein

Young people don’t remember the Soviet nightmare. But what’s Sanders’s excuse?

 

 

The Indian Law That Helps Build Walls

by Maggie Blackhawk

The Supreme Court’s legal abuse of Native Americans set the stage for America’s poor treatment of many of its vulnerable populations.

 

 

Open Forum: Are public schools ‘inclusive’? Not for those who oppose abortion

by Jonathan Zimmerman

Children need to learn how to discuss abortion — and other controversial political questions — in a fair and mutually respectful way. And that won’t happen if the adults in the room tell them the right answers, right off the bat.

 

 

Why we’re letting Americans vote, marry and drink far too young

by Holly N.S. White

Age is not a perfect qualifier of ability or maturity.

 

 

The “Forever Wars” Enshrined

by Andrew J. Bacevich

The memorial to American soldiers who were sent into the wars in the Middle East and died is essentially hidden away in a small Midwestern town, which tells you what you need to know about the value Americans actually place on those wars.


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My Zionism is Personal and Complicated

by Ralph Seliger

Today’s an increasingly exasperating time for progressives who care about Israel’s future.


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