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Articles with keyword "politics"

Cyclist riding in front of large anti Europe street mural

Feature

The Rise of the Euroskeptic

A dollop of skepticism may be just the thing Europe needs.

The County Election by George Caleb Bingham

Feature

Back When Everyone Knew How You Voted

The secret ballot seems fundamental to democracy, and yet we did not always vote in private.

detail of a mural inside Hollins Market in Baltimore

Feature

H. L. Mencken Loved to Cover Political Conventions but Had Little Faith in Voters

Mencken was the poet laureate of political conventions.

Tom Bradley with crowd

Statement

Tom Bradley’s Los Angeles

Los Angeles elected its first black mayor with a multicultural coalition.

Alan Kahan

IQ

Impertinent Questions with Alan Kahan

Tocqueville is still trenchant.

Jules Witcover

IQ

Impertinent Questions with Jules Witcover

NEH-funded book on veeps.

Injured troops from the 3rd Battalion, 16th Infantry

Feature

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

Statement

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

Feature

The Late Governor Goebel

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

Conversation

New Perspectives on the Cold War

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