Woodrow Wilson ran for reelection in 1916 on the slogan "He Kept Us Out of War"—for three years, anyway.
Socialist eastern Europe stands to be left out in the cold under the Marshall Plan.
Like a veteran door-to-door salesman, Ronald Reagan is a huckster, only instead of vacuum cleaners, he peddles fear--so successfully that he is now president of the United States.
Residents near the Three Mile Island nuclear reactor meet the fallout threat with uncommon grace and even humor.
World War II breaks out in Europe, but The Nation (getting it wrong) says it presents no threat to the US, and we will not join the fighting.
The terrible tragedy of the Titanic was entirely preventable.
Franklin Roosevelt is elected on the promise of a new deal, something the country needs desperately.
With the Gulf of Tonkin resolution authorizing war in Vietnam, its clear that America hasn't learned its lesson from previous foreign policy mistakes in the region.
Robert F. Kennedy campaigned for peace on a platform that courageously opposed the policies that his brother set in motion.
A marcher braves the maelstrom of the civil rights movement.