Stephen F. Cohen, author of The Victims Return, joins Morning Joe to discuss Stalin's atrocities, his contradictory legacy today and its implications for contemporary Russian society.
According to Cohen, half of Russia looks back to Joseph Stalin as a great leader and the other half as a genocidal murderer. In his new book, he examines the ongoing struggle to reconcile the troubled period of Stalin's rule in Russian history.
Christine Stansell's The Feminist Promise is a landmark book, yet is indifferent to the role of ideas in feminism's history.
In Our Orbit: Tom Engelhardt's The American Way of War.
On October 10, more than 7,000 actions in 180 countries will celebrate solutions to climate change in what is expected to be the greatest number of recorded protests in a single day in world history.
Predictable Democratic losses in November aren't what we should fear. The real danger is in a political environment unable to build even the most tenuous bridges across partisan divides.
Jack Rakove's Revolutionaries shows the founders as real people in motion instead of as Olympian gods.
After taking an enlightening AP European History course, the author hopes that enrichment courses will survive the budget cuts to education.
The radical ideas of one generation become the common sense of the next. Here, Peter Dreier honors the people who moved progressive ideas in America from the marginal to the mainstream.
The myths and misconceptions that distort the beauty and problems of the Plains.