The allegations of a leftist civil war are just the latest in a string of far-right conspiracy theories. And as we saw with Edgar Maddison Welch and Lane Davis, those conspiracy theories can lead to a violent aftermath.
A reporter for The Daily Caller neglected to mention he'd given a speech in front of protesters in support of white nationalism.
It would appear so, going by current research.
Edward Everett Hale and the fiction of treason.
A 2010 study found that it can activate anti-black bias in whites.
Researchers say yes—human impacts on the climate made droughts leading up to the war two to three times more likely.
Despite the usual array of punditry, there's not much President Obama could have done in the weeks leading up to the recent mid-terms to change the outcome.
Aid from external rivals is a key variable that can complicate democratization.
As you watch 12 Years a Slave recall that the market in humanity really was a market—with dizzying asset price changes, speculative bubbles, and a fear of volatility greater than a fear of civil war.
A study of the political upheaval in Kenya shows what harm violence can have on the children who witness it.
Concrete concerns about saving and expanding slavery, and not the nebulous theology of states’ rights, ignited the U.S. Civil War. Why does that message keep getting lost?