The president’s furious contemporary rants and rallies, along with the cages for immigrants, have certainly brought Nazism to mind, but it might be more illuminating to think of them as echoing an earlier moment in history.
American organizers legitimize Andriy Parubiy, the speaker of Ukraine’s parliament, who is at the heart of the extremism plaguing his country.
At least six other times in the past, people were excluded from America on the basis of race or religion. The Roberts Supreme Court has just legitimized the seventh.
The comment by Alexander Gauland of the Alternative for Germany party draws swift condemnation from mainstream politicians and outrage on social media.
Since WWII, such views were taboo in Europe, but today they are openly expressed by political leaders—part of a populist surge in the face of globalization and mass migration.
From coast to coast, activists in the United States wonder: Does this condition leave us stuck? No. We have a roadmap to progress.
The law makes it a crime to accuse the Polish nation of crimes that were committed by Nazi Germany.