Only recently have scholars outside the historical profession identified progressivism for what it is: a fundamental rupture with the roots of American order.
Republicans only need one of the two seats to maintain their Senate majority. A look at the history of similar contests indicates that an electoral split is uncommon, but still possible.
Historian Tevi Troy’s latest book, ‘Fight House: Rivalries in the White House from Truman to Trump,’ explores how infighting can make or break a president.
Underhanded or ‘dirty’ political tactics are nothing new to democratic nations, and sometimes, unsavory means are needed to secure victory over evil.
If Hillary Clinton had never played a pivotal role in creating and accomplishing her husband’s education agenda in the ‘90s, we might well not have Common Core.
The anti-Trump faction resembles not Roosevelt’s Bull Moose Party, but the forgotten Gold Democratic Party of 1896 and their standard-bearer, John M. Palmer.
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