SOURCE: New York Times
Was the Constitutional Right to Bear Arms Designed to Protect Slavery?
Randall Kennedy reviews Carol Anderson's "The Second: Race and Guns in a Fatally Unequal America," and charges that Anderson overstates the influence of suppressing slave rebellion on the drafting of the Second Amendment.
Historian Carol Anderson On Voter Suppression
“This kind of silent, quiet bureaucratic violence, where policies are wiping out the voting rights of millions of Americans, that's the piece that is absolutely stunning for my students,” she explained.
Republicans Want a White Republic. They'll Destroy America to Get It
by Carol Anderson
Already, Trump and the Republicans have severely harmed the institutional heft of checks-and-balances. But they’re not done.
SOURCE: NY Times
For Stacey Abrams, a Date With History — or at Least the People Who Write It
Stacey Abrams, who narrowly lost the 2018 race for Georgia governor, visited the Library Company of Philadelphia for a conversation on voter suppression with historians Carol Anderson, Heather Ann Thompson, Heather Cox Richardson, and Kevin Kruse.
SOURCE: Emory University Press Release
What Carol Anderson tells people who say they don’t understand what is so hard about requiring voters to show an ID
“All of those little things that sound ‘fiscally responsible’ or ‘absolutely necessary to maintain the integrity of the ballot box’ are not designed to enhance the integrity of democracy, but in fact undermine that integrity.”
Professor of African-American studies draws national attention with an op ed in the NYT
by Carol Anderson
Emory’s Carol Anderson, author of “White Rage,” argues Trump is feeding white rage.
The Book Historian Carol Anderson Had to Write After Ferguson
by Sharon Arana
The “analysis” from newscasters and pundits was so ahistorical that they had put all their attention on the flames. In doing so, they missed the kindling.
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