The great thinker’s turn toward the theological has lessons for us even today.
The relentless search for racism in the past has reached the point of diminishing returns.
The Civil War general’s experiences offer important lessons for critics of Israel’s military tactics.
Evangelicals’ support for Israel is historical. But it’s also broader than current political alliances.
Martin Scorsese’s latest is a model of nuanced adaptation that reckons honestly with America’s past.
Tyrants and terrorists deserve the blame for their atrocities, but we cannot ignore those who acknowledge injustice and do nothing, either.
On our current obsession with the Roman Empire.
Tara Isabella Burton’s new book ‘Self-Made’ surveys the grand, and sometimes ridiculous, history of how crafting identities shaped our modern world.
Want to save the world? Follow the rules.
How ‘Silent Cal’ cleaned up the federal government after Warren Harding’s many scandals.
On Russia’s long history of authoritarian imperialism.
Don’t reduce your life to the abstract.
Character mattered in the 18th century, just as it matters in 2024.
The nation’s 22nd and 24th president is underappreciated.
This isn’t the first time a slogan became a tool for sowing cultural confusion.
The Plumbers are about to get their own show. But there was also Le Grand Fromage and the German Shepherds.