The Rosenbergs Were Executed For Spying in 1953. Can Their Sons Reveal The Truth?
The Rosenbergs were executed for being Soviet spies, but their sons have spent decades trying to clear their mother’s name. Are they close to a breakthrough?
How Schemers Built a State
Mark Massaro reviews Jason Vuic’s “The Swamp Peddlers: How Lot Sellers, Land Scammers, and Retirees Built Modern Florida and Transformed the American Dream.”
Los Angeles Review of Books
People, Not “Voices” or “Bodies,” Make History
We need to do far more than “give voice to the voiceless" to win justice.
This Critical Race Theory Panic Is a Chip Off the Old Block
How 20th-century curriculum controversies foreshadowed this summer’s wave of legislation.
The Failed Promise of the Aerobics Revolution
A new dramedy on Apple TV+ explores the roots of America's fitness craze.
New York Times
Bob Dylan, Historian
In the six decades of his career, Bob Dylan has mined America’s past for images, characters, and events that speak to the nation’s turbulent present.
New York Review of Books
Can the New Atlantic Charter Match the Importance of the Original?
What happens next matters most.
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