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A Tortured And Deadly Legacy: Kissinger And Realpolitik In US Foreign Policy
Kissinger’s record reveals the problems with the narrow conception of national interest devoid of values. His time in government was characterized by major policy decisions that were generally detrimental to the United States’ standing in the world.
Jason Aldean Song Triggered Renewed Attention On Racist Vigilante Justice And Small-Town Nationalism
'Try That In A Small Town' echoes a similar period in American history during the 1920s and 1930s when the grievances of small-town America had dangerous consequences for democracy.
Superficial Thanksgiving Stories Hide The Realities Of Settler Colonialism
When U.S. history, culture and politics are understood through the lens of settler colonialism, it’s easier to understand how, as historian Patrick Wolfe wrote, “settler colonizers come to stay: invasion is a structure, not an event.”
Jury Convictions Of Bannon And Navarro May Energize Lawmakers’ Ability To Hold Powerful People Accountable
Right-Wing Fixation on Book Bans is Here to Stay
A wholesale refashioning of American myth is under way.
Louisiana’s ‘In God We Trust’ Law May Violate Establishment Clause Of The First Amendment
The Louisiana law comes at a time of rising concerns about Christian nationalism and on the heels of a pivotal court case.
Trump’s Violent Rhetoric Echoes The Fascist Commitment To A Destructive And Bloody Rebirth Of Society
The Importance Of The United Auto Workers’ Victory
UAW president Shawn Fain described the victory as a 'turning point in the class war.'