The Syrian Civil War makes up a fraction of the nation’s long, rich history.
Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party has floundered in recent elections, spelling doom for the organization that played a critical role in shaping Mexican nationhood.
Popular vote or the Electoral College? The debate over presidential selection goes all the back to the founding.
Trump’s final executive order calls for the establishment of a more “patriotic” and “pro-American” history curriculum that blatantly ignores America’s tumultuous history of racism. This call to censorship follows a long trail of conservative attempts to erase history that might point to their connection with America’s racist history.
Courtney Thomas examines the parallels between the recent election of Joe Biden and that of Abraham Lincoln.