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Articles with keyword "politics"

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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.

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Ben in Print

Thirty-seven volumes and counting.

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Islam and Democracy

Some Muslim scholars argue that democracy is a requirement of Islam in the contemporary world.

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Before the Storm

Barry Goldwater lost in 1964, but changing political winds led to a rise in conservatism.

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Russia Engages the World

Peter the Great sets in motion reforms to draw the country out of isolation and mold it into an empire.

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David McCullough, Chronicler of America

The Librarian of Congress looks at David McCullough's retelling of the American story.

Conversation

Changing the Channel

Medalist Brian Lamb talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the early years of C-SPAN.