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  • Deep Political Fissures May Worsen the Coronavirus Outbreak

    by Jordan E. Taylor

    During a massive outbreak of yellow fever in the nation’s then-capital city, Philadelphia, members of the earliest parties in the United States took advantage of medical uncertainty to advance partisan agendas.



  • Today’s Eerie Echoes of the Civil War

    by Manisha Sinha

    We would do well to pay heed to the old enmities bubbling up in our politics: it is not that we are on the verge of another civil war, but that the Civil War never truly ended.



  • Murky waters: partisanship and foreign policy

    by Lewis L. Gould

    It’s time to retire the hoary phrase about politics and the water’s edge. It was never a guiding principle of American foreign policy before 1900.