"The poor, having no choice, remained.”
Grant’s presidency is often overlooked, but his accomplishments around civil rights are getting more consideration from historians.
The number of MoMA-CIA crossovers is highly suspicious, to say the least.
From the fields of ancient Egypt to the present-day American Pacific Northwest, the history of mint goes beyond the search for fresh breath.
The degrowth movement is building a vision of a society where economies would get smaller by design—and people would be better off for it.
Well-researched stories from The Atlantic, The Guardian, and other great publications that bridge the gap between news and scholarship.
Phylum away for safekeeping, and have fauna!
A pamphlet published in 1840 advocates a four-pronged approach to public healthcare that sounds remarkably like our own.
Listlessness, boredom, torpor, that "noonday demon" that tempts you away from spiritual connections—that's what was called acedia.
The American bison isn't extinct. But could it ever roam freely across North America, as it once did? Some scholars say it could happen.