At the height of American labor, seizing control of the means of production was a strategy — not just a slogan
Which forms of slaughter were your ancestors escaping? And what forms of bondage did they find here?
The myth of redemptive violence links directly with the centrality of the nation-state
As a whole, the texts and materials give students a very misleading picture of the US and its interactions with the world
What parts of the ugly side of our history have we retained, even unintentionally? Understanding these lessons is the whole point of studying history
How John Locke’s theory of property — and its racist exclusion of Black and Indigenous people — explains U.S. history from 1776 to January 6
Scholars on the Nazis and anti-Semitism have seen this before
The Nazi monstrosity gave birth to a unique positive development: the Nuremberg Tribunal, the idea that all the people of the entire planet should judge and punish the Nazi-type criminals
Will the bumbling efforts of the open societies of the West to come to grips with the virus shattering already-wavering faith in liberal democracy, creating a space for other ideologies to evolve and metastasize?
A history of class war in the U.S.