Trump’s 1776 Commission Critiques Liberalism in Report Derided by Historians
The report charges that Americans are being indoctrinated with a false narrative of the nation’s founding and identity.
New York Times
Historians Having to Tape Together Records That Trump Tore Up
Implications for public record and legal proceedings after administration seized or destroyed papers, notes and other information.
Living with Dolly Parton
Asking difficult questions often comes at a cost.
Why Do We Keep Reading the Great Gatsby?
Ninety-six years after the book's publication, the characters of "The Great Gatsby" continue to mesmerize readers.
The Paris Review
Warnock’s Win Was 150 Years In the Making — But History Tells Us It Is Fragile
The selection of African American Sen. Hiram Revels in 1870 offered great hope — but it was soon dashed.
Made by History
An Oral History of Wikipedia, the Web’s Encyclopedia
The definitive story of Wikipedia on its 20th anniversary.
Their Own Talking
Septima Clark and women in the civil rights movement.
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