Week of April 2, 2012
History Shows Brokered Conventions Go for the Moderate Candidate
Editor's Desk: Rock 'n' Roll Sells Out on Mad Men
HNN Book of the Month: A People's History of Baseball
Questions People are Googling
- Can Anything Be Done to Increase Voter Participation?
- What Happened When Democrats in Congress Cut Off Funding for the Vietnam War?
News at Home
"The Supreme Court is a Very Great ... Institution," but Today It's "Outrageous": Interview with Anthony Lewis, Part 1
The Texas Sabbath Showdown—The Inside Story
Life During Wartime: Wisconsin Death Trap?
Dennis Kucinich, Lefty for Radical Islam
The Arab Spring Continues, Just Not on American TV
Historians & History
April 1912 Didn't Just See the Sinking of the Titanic -- The Fortunes of the GOP Sank, Too
Despite What Some Still Maintain, the Lewinsky Scandal Didn't Affect Clinton's Iraq Strategy
The Great Gatsby and the Roaring Twenties Are Back, Green Light and All, On Stages and Screens Near You
Review of Michael T. Klare's The Race for What's Left: The Global Scramble for the Globe's Last Resources
Lawrence S. Wittner
Review of Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion
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