The ‘Revolution of ’89’ Did Not Initiate a New Era of History
Though significant, the end of the Cold War was not nearly as significant a turning point as President George H.W. Bush suggested it would be in 1990.
Ike's Military-Industrial Complex, Six Decades Later
As Eisenhower predicted, there is no balance left, as U.S. policy is reduced to who we threaten, bomb, or occupy next.
The American Conservative
How Fast Food "Became Black"
In her new book, Franchise, Marcia Chatelain explains how black franchise owners became the backbone of the industry.
Automatic for the People
Armed militias were essential to the creation of America. But times have changed, and so has the firepower.
Racist Housing Practices From The 1930s Linked To Hotter Neighborhoods Today
A study of more than 100 cities shows neighborhoods subjected to discriminatory housing policies nearly a century ago are hotter today than other areas.
MLK's Three Evils
What to the historian is 1619? What to Africans and their descendants is 1619?
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