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  1. Why Does the Far Right Hold a Near-Monopoly on Political Violence?

    Joshua Holland

    Studies show that most people across the political spectrum abhor it. So what might explain the disparity?

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  2. The Republic of Rogue Island

    Tom Cutterham

    Here's what one state's radical experiment after the American Revolution can tell us about democracy today.

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  3. On Writers, the Media, and the Corruptions of Power

    Patrick Lawrence

    Joel Whitney, whose book Finks is about the CIA’s subversion of US culture, talks about the scars left by the Cold War.

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  4. Bill O’Reilly Is America’s Best-Selling Historian

    Andrew J. Bacevich

    And other problems we need to solve before we can get out of this mess.

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  5. Will Last Year’s Peace Treaty Survive, or Is the Past Prologue in Colombia?

    Greg Grandin

    An interview with historian Robert Karl on the country’s violent demobilization.

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