Is Anti-Monopolism Enough?
A new book argues that US history has been a struggle between monopoly and democracy, but fails to address class and labor when decoding inequality.
How Christians of Color in Colonial Virginia Became 'Black'
Although the British settlers imported Africans from the first as slaves, the earliest Virginians had yet to establish many basic rules regarding slavery.
Religion News Service
How Disney’s ‘Community of Tomorrow’ Became a Nightmare
In 2004, Disney sold the downtown of utopian Celebration, Florida, to a private equity firm. Residents say it took their money and let the city rot around them.
The Daily Beast
They Really Don’t Make Music Like They Used To
If the Eagles or Marvin Gaye fan in your life is complaining about this year’s Grammy songs, this might be why.
New York Times
What Antiabortion Advocates Get Wrong About the Women Who Secured the Right to Vote
The most famous suffragists largely weren't anti-abortion and wanted women to have more control over their bodies.
Made by History
The Way We Write History Has Changed
A deep dive into an archive will never be the same.
Emma Willard's Maps of Time
The pioneering work of Emma Willard, a leading feminist educator whose innovative maps of time laid the groundwork for the charts and graphics of today.
The Public Domain Review
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