How the twentieth century’s confidence in social solidarity, human dignity and a better future died a slow, quiet death.
For Christopher McKnight Nichols, isolationists were cultural cosmopolitans who distrusted the impact of empire.
Brad Gregory wants to upend how we think about the emergence of capitalism, secularism and individualism.
How social equality was used to discredit the egalitarian project of Reconstruction.
The values of the market have come to permeate every aspect of our society.
When it comes to the distant past, there’s a lot we don’t know about what occurred sexually.
Is the current financial crisis a problem of liquidity or one of solvency?
A book by the famous British historian was not published in Russia because the Moscow publisher discovered too many errors and misrepresentations—not, as Figes suggested, for political reasons.
A postwar German novelist’s complicated legacy.
Rodric Braithwaite, Jonathan Steele and Artemy Kalinovsky analyze the forgotten history of Afghan communism and the Soviet occupation.