The debate about how much of the government's money should come from the rich is a conversation that goes back more than 100 years.
An interview with scholar William P. Jones on labor unions, public employees, and race.
Articles in JSTOR illuminate the long history of satirical cartoons and censorship.
Marvel has introduced Agent Peggy Carter into the lexicon about women’s status in the military during and post-WWII.
The lethal combination of chemistry and warfare has a long history.
As the deadline for the Millennium Development Goals, created in 2000, approaches, we look at papers that explore the impact of international goals.
Welfare dependency theories often point to a weakening of "traditional values of individualism, freedom and self-determination,"