In the aftermath of World War II, the U.S. found a new enemy—its recent Soviet ally—and a new kind of conflict was born.
Often hesitant to talk about himself, the Vermont senator shares his personal upbringing while articulating bold, progressive ideas.
Many in the U.S. put a sentimental gloss on World War II, turning a blind eye to its complexity, savagery and dubious legacies.
The Vermont senator criticizes the Venezuelan president's violent crackdowns but denounces past interventions in Latin America by the U.S.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s teachings have inspired writers to condemn U.S. military ties in the Middle East.
The civil rights icon's courageous call for peace and criticism of his government in a time of war must not be lost to history.
Global events and FDR whittled down 1930s opposition to intervention in Europe and steered the nation into World War II.
Our longest-serving president would leave a deep mark on the American psyche. But was he saint or villain, and what was his true legacy?
The Roaring ’20s ushered in a new modernity and energy but also held the seeds of a great and devastating economic depression.