The Soviet leader, who died on August 30 at age 91, attempted to enact "revolution from above"
The parallels between the U.S. president and Alexander II, both of whom fought to end servitude in their nations, are striking
Inside the little-known story of the Green Corn Rebellion, which blazed through the Sooner State a century ago
When it was founded, the Socialist Party of America proclaimed itself as the champion of women's rights. The reality was much more complicated
After winning 6 percent of the vote in the 1912 presidential election, Eugene Debs ran afoul of the nation's new anti-sedition laws
The simple story that's usually told about her today reflects cultural biases that have nothing to do with her actual life
The author’s 1934 bid to govern California came up short, but left a lasting mark on politics
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