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The Last Time Democracy Almost Died

by Jill Lepore

Learning from the upheaval of the nineteen-thirties.


Why Britain Brexited

by Tom McTague

For decades, the country has struggled with the challenge facing the modern nation-state: how to balance control and influence.



Seventy-Five Years After Auschwitz, Anti-Semitism Is on the Rise

by Walter Reich

You can manage a chronic disease, treat it, or prevent its complications—but you can rarely cure it.



The real danger of coronavirus

by Jessica Hauger

Chinese and Chinese American people have served as scapegoats for infectious disease outbreaks and sanitation failures in the United States and around the world to particularly alarming effect.



The Senate has a chance to take back power Congress gave up long ago

by Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes

Calling witnesses in Trump’s impeachment trial would revive the habit of investigating the executive branch.



1619 and All That

by Alex Lichtenstein

"What is odd about the letter is that it implies that the singular problem with the 1619 Project is that journalists are practicing history without a license."



Scandalize! Minimize! Repeat as Necessary

by Nicole Hemmer

Right-wing media have been laying the groundwork for Trump’s acquittal for half a century.



Missing Zinn

by Cornel West an Mordecai Lyon

On the tenth anniversary of radical historian Howard Zinn’s death, Cornel West opens up about their friendship and what Zinn would have made of the decade—including whether he would have voted for Bernie.



How the National Archives’ Notorious Alteration of a Women’s March Photo Is Part of a Long American Tradition

by Jennifer Tucker & Peter Rutland

Two professors explain how the image fits into the history of a country that has long sought to avoid discomfort.






Why I Fear a Moderate Democratic Nominee

by Ibram X. Kendi

Some Democrats are afraid of nominating a progressive, but a moderate may be more likely to ensure Trump’s reelection.

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