It Can Happen Here
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s decision to speak out against Holocaust analogies is a moral threat.
How Advocates can Defeat Trump’s Latest Assault on Asylum Seekers
Immigration activists helped give power to asylum protections once before. They can do it again.
Made by History
The New Fugitive Slave Laws
In criminalizing the provision of humanitarian assistance to migrants, we have resurrected the unjust laws of antebellum America.
New York Review of Books
The Imperfect, Unfinished Work of Women’s Suffrage
A century after the 19th Amendment, it’s worth remembering why suffragists fought so hard, and who was fighting against them.
The New Yorker
Back When American Fascism Was Bad
On the cancelling of Charles Lindbergh.
The Times Are A Changin’
Reports of the death of nuanced interpretations of the Civil War have been grossly exaggerated.
Exploring the Past
What John F. Kennedy’s Moon Speech Means 50 Years Later
“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.”
A Brief History of the S'more, America’s Favorite Campfire Snack
So gooey, so good.
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