Malcolm Harris is a writer based in Philadelphia and the author of Kids These Days: Human Capital and the Making of Millennials.
Brooks depends on a lazy and ignorant story about tribalism to bolster a specific myth about American exceptionalism.
The technology has its roots in 1950s Soviet Russia.
Although inventing the bra was barely an adolescent pit stop on Mary Phelps Jacobs' glamorous trajectory, it did suggest what she would get up to next.
Ruth Graves Wakefield, the woman who invented the chocolate chip cookie, was something closer to the Martha Stewart of her day.
What a scholar of the KKK has to say about the alt-right.
Boats were, in fact, a proposed alternative solution.
Centrists scream "impeachment" and turn to the FBI—but they're too afraid to turn to the people.
Egalitarian movements won't work if we keep putting the onus on the non-conforming.
As fascists have snuck their jackboot into the curved door of the Oval Office, the radical struggle against them is reaching the mainstream.
In 'The American Slave Coast: A History of the Slave-Breeding Industry,' Ned and Constance Sublette offer a radical re-interpretation of American history. It’s brutal and uncompromising, and, for better or worse, it’s how we should understand the country.