The Taft-Hartley Act of 1947 gave states the ability to enact right to work laws, granting opponents of unions the ability to institute open-shop laws.
Organized groups have arisen to enforce "party purity" and wider political polarization in American politics.
People who oppose gun control tend to be white, male, Protestant, and living in the West, Mountain states, or South.
Questioning why the U.S. dropped the a-bomb on Japan.
If Reagan is the Republican super-ego, the father figure that this latest generation looks up to, then Donald Trump is the id of Republican politics.
Passage of the act was paved by the sacrifices of Civil Rights activists, especially those who had recently put their bodies on the line at Selma, Alabama.
Governments and the IMF enter into an agreement for shadier reasons.
A Harvard law professor argues that the laissez-faire era in the 19th century represented a blip in a long history of powerful labor regulations.
The conventional wisdom about negative political campaigning is that it's ugly and destructive. But is it effective?
A brief history of money in politics and the ethics of political campaign spending.