SOURCE: St. Louis Today
by Steven P. Miller and Warren Rosenblum
In pronouncing this version of Americanism, the Legion drew upon the worst of the nation’s wartime tendencies: rising xenophobia.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Matthew A. Sears
Political symbols signal political beliefs — and their usage can shape the course of history.
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SOURCE: American Greatness
by Victor Davis Hanson
The short answer: Sometimes.
by Marius Turda
We’ve rejected racism, but it remains deeply embedded in our culture.
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