by Erik Moshe
Understanding the past involves mental stamina and breadth
by David A. Horowitz
The Second Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s arguably represents the combination of white cultural nationalism, traditional morality, and populist self-identity we are seeing today.
SOURCE: Press Release -- Northeastern University
The team of network scientists used the birth and death locations of more than 150,000 intellectuals to map their mobility patterns in order to identify the major cultural centers on the two continents over two millennia.
SOURCE: New York Times
The St. Louis Browns (since 1953, the Baltimore Orioles) still have their fans in the old hometown.
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