Midterms and Troops: The Bid to Save a Party that Led to the Wounded Knee Massacre
The political context for one of the worst atrocities ever to take place on U.S. soil.
When Richard Nixon Declared War on the Media
Like Nixon, Trump has managed to marginalize the media, creating an effective foil.
The Lives of War Veterans
It's Time For Cities To Stop Giving Tax Breaks To Corporations
To fight back against corporate power, cities have to cooperate, not compete.
Made by History
World War I
What We Get Wrong About ‘A City on Hill’
And why we need to rediscover its real meaning.
That Beautiful Barbed Wire
The concertina wire Trump loves at the border has a long, troubling legacy in the West.
Let Malibu Burn
A political history of the Fire Coast.
Los Angeles Weekly
The Alt-Right’s Favorite Meme Is 100 Years Old
‘Cultural Marxism’ might sound postmodern but it’s got a long, toxic history.
New York Times
Making a New World: Armistice Soundwave
A team of sound artists reconstructs what the end of the First World War might have sounded like.
Coda to Coda
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