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Upholding outdated laws threatens democracy and individual rights

For the past few weeks, the Arizona Supreme Court has fostered debate on its upholding of a Civil War law enacted in 1864, a...

‘Civil War’: Photographing a fallen nation

Alex Garland’s “Civil War,” released on April 12, 2024, takes place in a near-future America where the nation is factionalized and eating itself alive....

Invoking blacks in Confederate statues is an abhorrent political tactic

South Carolina State Assembly Members Bill Chumley (R-35) and Mike Burns (R-17) have introduced a bill into the state legislature to build a statue...

Why living history matters in teaching

The extent of how far educators are allowed to go to get a substantial response from students is often under debate. Many times, school...