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Round up Top 10!

Roundup




 

A wall can’t solve America’s addiction to undocumented immigration

by Julia G. Young

For more than 70 years, undocumented immigrants have shaped the U.S. economy.

 

Nixon in Fiction: A Bizarre, Complex History

by Alan Glynn

And What We Should Expect for Our Current President

 

 

Brazilian Politics and the Rise of the Far-Right

by Daniela Gomes

What history can teach us about the election of President Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil.

 

 

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t the first self-described socialist elected to the House.

by David Greenberg

Here's some historical perspective on socialists in Congress.

 

 

The hole in Donald Trump’s wall

by Tore Olsson

As long as Americans continue to flood into Mexico, the wall will do little to deter crossings.

 

 

Kevin Kruse and Julian Zelizer: Trump's Demise Will Be "Worse Than Watergate"

by Kevin Kruse and Julian Zelizer

If the multiple charges against Trump prove out, he’ll easily displace Nixon at the top of the Crooked Modern Presidents list.

 

 

The history of science shows how to change the minds of science deniers

by Ephrat Livni

By understanding the history of science, we can “keep the world from falling apart.”

 

 

Lincoln's Legacy and the Government Shutdown: The Suicide of a Great Democracy

by George Packer

A shutdown looks like the beginning of the end that Lincoln always knew was possible.

 

 

The Crisis of Imperialism And Why It Will Only Get Worse

by Tom Engelhardt

A tale of imperial power gone awry that could hardly have been uglier. Yet, it’s hard to imagine how things won’t, in fact, get uglier still.

 

 

Why Is Trump Spouting Russian Propaganda?

by David Frum

The president’s endorsement of the U.S.S.R.’s invasion of Afghanistan echoes a narrative promoted by Vladimir Putin.

 

 

No, Trump Cannot Declare an ‘Emergency’ to Build His Wall

by Bruce Ackerman

If he did, and used soldiers to build it, they would all be committing a federal crime.

 


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