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This is what April 22 is all about. Treasures from our archives including Denis Hayes, Barry Commoner, Ralph Nader, and Gaylord Nelson. more

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“If the people of Little Rock would get together I believe they would find out a different story." more

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As millions of viewers watch Ken Burns’s new series on Vietnam, we share this piece from our February 1970 issue in which the author tells a very different story of the unfulfilled opportunities for peace. more

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The People's Historian was born August 24, 1922. We share a piece on immigration he published with us in our July 2006 issue—entirely relevant today. more

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Thursday’s U.S. missile strike on Syria came without Congressional approval, and hearkens back to the U.S. entry into WWI one hundred years ago. more

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The anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire marks the deadliest workplace disaster in New York City up until September 11, 2001. more

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"One of the big issues which will be fought out in the next 25 years is the attempt of monopoly to gain control of education," wrote Fighting Bob. "Through the subsidies and endowments of its incorporated foundations monopoly is today seeki... more

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Editor's note: 30 years ago, police ordered the bombing of the Philadelphia headquarters of the black liberation group MOVE, killing eleven people including four children. As Baltimore reels after the death of twenty-five-year-old Freddie Gray more

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Our newly redesigned magazine goes to press focusing on the robber barons, evoking images from the New Deal fights. more

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“It was totally unacceptable that we were led out of the bookstore like criminals just because we wanted to have a conversation with the Senator,” says the lead plaintiff. more

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On May 11, John Kerry became the fourth Senator to sign on to the censure bill. more

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On this first anniversary of President Bush's Iraq war, I cannot get out of my mind the photo that appeared on the front page of The New York Times on Dec. 30. more

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Higher education ought to be a right, available to every student who makes the grade, without regard to that student's ability to pay. more

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The underclass has taken hold of the public imagination, and has come to shape policymakers' agendas concerning issues of race, urban decay, and social welfare. But what is the underclass? What is so compelling about that image? more

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How we got it. Why we’re telling it. more

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As a result of the Freedom Rides, the world at large, and especially the developing nations of Africa and Asia, have been offered the opportunity of viewing a new, more constructive approach to America's racial dilemma. more

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The story of Emmett Till. more

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The fight for equal pay has been a long battle. Mary Anderson, chief of the Women's Bureau at the Department of Labor in 1926, had this to say. more

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A look back at the path to women's suffrage more

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I had above all else a new sense of a sacredness of life. All that day and the next, however, I was compelled to draw on my resources of patience and humor. more

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