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The Establishment’s Bi-Partisan Fear of Popular Revolt

She was one of the small group of neoconservatives in Washington who had pushed for implanting pro-US Iraqi exile leader Ahmad Chalabi in power by military force. Pletka has never admitted that the wa... read more

La Crosse Tribune editorial board: Find compromise to move, preserve 'Hiawatha' statue

We understand why a number of family and friends don’t want to see the work of artist Anthony Zimmerhakl destroyed, but it may well be past the time that the statue find a new home. We also understand ... read more

Yes, East Germany was terrible. But Was it a Joke or a Warning?

The English left, to a man and woman, were for the Republic ... proved it with their lives. Others returned wounded and in some cases crippled for life. Such people could still be found in Left-wing L... read more

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K-pop dancer brings high-energy moves to Decatur Park District program

Cho's experience as a dancer caught the attention Marie Jagger-Taylor, the park district's cultural ... woman auditioned, despite her parents' objections, because she knew she would regret it if she d... read more


BODYBUILDING AND NATION-BUILDING

It caused a sensation throughout Europe and America - and he became a massive celebrity because he was seen as the leader of a crusade of Physical Culture that was going ... He asked his father why th... read more

Dunstan, Christies and me: growing up in the ‘Athens of the South’

Articles are a little longer than most published on The Conversation, presenting an in-depth analysis of the economic, social, environmental and cultural ... the road was a German engineer, his Austri... read more

August Preview: The Millions Most Anticipated (This Month)

In a time when immigration policy has returned to the center of our national politics ... Hurley’s debut explores the complex relationship between a young woman and her Buddhist teacher. Publishers We... read more

My Lower East Side Neighbor Caught Adolf Eichmann

In a church, in a hundred years no one would ask.” At the start of 1960, Malkin was debriefed on ... Operation Atilla was so top secret that the delegation leader Abba Eban, then minister of education ... read more

For a Less Divided America, Let People Pick Their Own Laws

The 1850s? We know how that ended: badly. Why not head off continued conflict by letting these "very distinct parts" of the U.S. be even more distinct—so much so that there's less for them to battle o... read more

Hold the Front Page: The Reporters are Missing

Dissent tolerated when I joined a national newspaper in Britain in the 1960s has regressed to a metaphoric underground ... Meticulous in their research, they are respectful and polite when they ask wh... read more

From the Archives: Former President Reagan Dies at 93

Ronald Reagan ... German soldiers as an act of reconciliation. Touched by Kohl's emotion and eager to reciprocate his support as an ally, Reagan agreed — and kept his word, despite relentless objectio... read more

Must-Read Poetry: October 2018

In a later photo poem, the woman’s “wedding dress spills // lilies ... “like a preacher’s son returned to God / —but never the church.” This book is a search for a soul, undertaken by one who has “loo... read more



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