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Articles with keyword "politics"

Injured troops from the 3rd Battalion, 16th Infantry

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How the GI Bill Became Law in Spite of Some Veterans’ Groups

The G.I. BIll represented a new deal for veterans

Don Pepe” and Henrietta Figueres, 1942

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First Lady of the Revolution

An Alabama girl married into a revolution in Costa Rica.

"I ask no quarter and I fear no foe." —William Goebel, 1899

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The Late Governor Goebel

Governor Goebel: He fought, killed, and was killed.

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New Perspectives on the Cold War

Historian Melvyn Leffler talks about perceptions and misperceptions of the Cold War.

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Margaret Sanger's "Deeds of Terrible Virtue"

A new film tells how Sanger broke taboos and paved the way for birth control reform.

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Threads of the Imagination

Ghanaian kente cloth has become a symbol of pride and identity around the world.

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At War’s Painful Core

A legacy of loss from three wars is chronicled by the American Wars in Asia Project.

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Dissident in Indonesia

Visiting the author of the Buru Quartet under house arrest in Jakarta.

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Low Blows and High Rhetoric

The University of Oklahoma preserves political advertising in the age of television.

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Postmark: Renaissance

A trove of letters reveals the wit and intrigue of the Medici courts.