Make Ford Great Again
For now, yesterday is where the money is.
The Stories Behind the Supreme Court’s Class Photos
For 150 years, the justices have sat, not always happily, for an extraordinary series of group portraits.
New York Times
The Second Half of Watergate Was Bigger, Worse, and Forgotten By the Public
That's when the public learned that American multinationals were making enormous bribes to politicians in foreign countries.
Appalachian Whiteness: A History that Never Existed
The “fetishization” of Appalachia’s supposed racial and ethnic purity and Trump's proposal to end birthright citizenship.
100 Days in Appalachia
Steampunk for Historians
It's about time.
Perspectives on History
In America's Panopticon
Sarah Igo’s "The Known Citizen" examines the linked histories of privacy and surveillance in the United States.
Infrastructures of Memory
It is not just what is remembered that is important, but how it is remembered.
Tropics of Meta
Tear Gas and the U.S. Border
How did it come to pass that a weapon banned for military use was deployed against asylum-seekers on the U.S. border?
Process: A Blog for American History
How Smooth Jazz Took Over the '90s
And why you should give smooth jazz a chance.
The Most Important Album of 1968 Wasn’t The White Album. It Was Beggars Banquet.
It saved the Rolling Stones, altered the trajectory of music history, and turns 50 this week.
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