What the former vice president and Progressive Party presidential candidate advocated during the Cold War should be a benchmark for progressives judging our president today.
We live in a state of perpetual war—and we never feel it.
The third president’s election and two terms were hailed by some as revolutionary and a national salvation, but others saw a darkness beneath Thomas Jefferson's republicanism.
As we mourn the killing of RFK, his message of economic justice from 50 years ago could not be more relevant today.
In the United States—the richest country in human history—the 140 million people who live on or below the poverty line are screaming for justice.
The lesson for those seeking a realignment toward global peace and justice is that a strong-willed leader with a popular mandate might be capable of opposing the pro-military establishment.