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Roundup Top 10!

Roundup
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The impeachment hearings are a battle between oligarchy and democracy

by Heather Cox Richardson

Ukraine’s leaders were accustomed to wielding power by prosecuting their political opponents for corruption, and Yovanovitch’s push to end that practice earned their ire.

 

Why family separation is so central to Trump’s immigration vision

by Maddalena Marinari

Strengthening family ties has been key to overcoming nativism — and in 2020, it can do so again.

 

 

American Slavery and ‘the Relentless Unforeseen’

by Sean Wilentz

The neglect of historical understanding of the antislavery impulse, especially in its early decades, alters how we view not just our nation’s history but the nation itself.

 

 

Between the Lines of the Xinjiang Papers

by James A. Millward

The Chinese Communist Party is devouring its own and cutting itself off from reality.

 

 

Today’s problems demand Eleanor Roosevelt’s solutions

by Mary Jo Binker

It’s time to banish fear and take up constructive action.

 

 

Ten rules for succeeding in academia through upward toxicity

by Irina Dumitrescu

Universities preach meritocracy but, in reality, bend over backwards to protect toxic personalities.

 

 

The Last Time America Turned Away From the World

by John Milton Cooper

The unknown story behind Henry Cabot Lodge’s campaign against the League of Nations.

 

 

The GOP Appointees Who Defied the President

by Michael Koncewicz

Before Watergate became a story that dominated the national media in the spring of 1973, there were individuals within the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the IRS that took dramatic steps to block Nixon’s attempts to politicize their work.

 

 

The War on Words in Donald Trump’s White House

by Karen J. Greenberg

How to Fudge, Obfuscate, and Lie Our Way into a New Universe

 

 

Why abruptly abandoning the drug war is a bad idea for Mexico

by Aileen Teague

Long-term economic initiatives are good, but a power vacuum will make things more violent in the short term.

 

 

 

What Recognizing the Armenian Genocide Means for U.S. Global Power

by Charlie Laderman

It could spark a recognition that America First is the wrong course.


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