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Guns and Gun Control
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August 18, 1926
Here's one example of what can happen when women are freed from their corsets.
January 18, 1923
That Silent Cal's political success was largely the product of GOP mythmaking was hardly a secret, but in the Roaring Twenties hardly anyone cared.
Oswald Garrison Villard
February 7, 1920
Jack Dempsey: In the Driftway
The Drifter has some thoughts on the great fighter in the ring who was nowhere to be found when the call went out for soldiers to fight in the World War.
June 28, 1917
Notes from the Capital: Emma Goldman
The former dressmaker now fashions herself a revolutionary.
February 10, 1916
Notes from the Capital: Louis D. Brandeis
With the nomination of Louis D. Brandeis, the Supreme Court gets its first Jewish justice.
The Nation is reader supported.
February 3, 1916
Notes from the Capital: Jane Addams
The founder of Hull House and former beacon for progressivism struggles to define herself in contemporary America.
January 13, 1916
Henry Ford: Notes from the Capital
The man who spread the gospel of the assembly line launches a new crusade--for peace in Europe.
May 13, 1915
The Outlaw German Government
Germany's sinking of the Lusitania is nothing less than "murder on the high seas."
February 13, 1913
Justice for Coxey
The "general" whose "army" made a powerful stand for America's unemployed in the country's first-ever march on Washington.
March 28, 1912
Lawrence Strike and IWW: Syndicalism
The IWW takes the fight for syndicalism to Lawrence, Massachusetts.
is having none of it.