Articles in politics tagged with history

Dan Berger

Though the organization’s legacy has been domesticated, its grassroots leadership embraced the global fight for freedom.

David Waldstreicher

Like the 1619 Project, two new books on the Constitution reflect a vigorous debate about what has changed in the American past—and what hasn’t.

Justin H. Vassallo

Today’s social movements are grappling once again with a central challenge for the New Left: how to remedy injustice while maintaining vitality and independence from the political system.

Christian G. Appy

Tactical critiques of the war’s conduct are a distraction from U.S. imperialism.

Andrew Elrod

Democrats don’t lose elections because of rising prices. They lose when they cut spending and raise interest rates, sacrificing other goals at the altar of price stability.

Michael Gecan

The community development industry has failed in the fight for fair housing. Despite claiming to involve residents, power and self-interest still have the final say.

Daniel Akihiro Iwama

While Japanese and U.S. officials celebrate a demilitatization in the pacific islands, Okinawans protest persistent military colonialism.

Muzna Awayed-Bishara

A Palestinian mother’s perspective.

Mikhal Dekel

Not all research is at stake, however, only work that reveals the role of ethnic Poles in the persecution of Poland’s Jews.

Claire Vergerio

Sovereign states have been mythologized as the natural unit of political order. History shows how new they are—and how we can think beyond them.