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The Clean Network’s Momentum and Secret Sauce

  The Clean Network's Momentum and Secret Sauce A three article series containing seven parts on The Clean Network First << Previous << The Clean Network's Momentum and Secret Sauce by Michael Mink Part...

Why did women vote for Hitler? Long-forgotten essays hold some answers

Sarah R. Warren, Florida State University; Daniel Maier-Katkin, Florida State University, and Nathan Stoltzfus, Florida State University The rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party...

Why action on climate change gets stuck and what to do...

Matthew Hoffmann, University of Toronto and Steven Bernstein, University of Toronto Work crews descended on 12 commuter parking lots in Toronto in late November 2018,...

Trump asks NATO allies for help with Iran after years of...

Klaus W. Larres, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill U.S. President Donald Trump took a tough line in his address to the nation Jan....

The battle between NBC and CBS to be the first to...

Mike Conway, Indiana University When the Berlin Wall was completed in August 1961, East German residents immediately tried to figure out ways to circumvent the...

Why we’ll miss George H.W. Bush, America’s last foreign policy president

James Goldgeier, American University School of International Service There are many reasons to miss George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States. A...

The early-20th century German trans-rights activist who was decades ahead of...

Elizabeth Heineman, University of Iowa The Trump administration continues its assault on transgender rights. In July 2017, Trump sought to bar transgender people from serving in...

Germany’s deep-rooted obsession with saving – a brief history

Imko Meyenburg, Anglia Ruskin University A small exhibition recently opened in the German Historical Museum in Berlin all about Germany’s love of saving money. It...

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Kelly Ochs Rosinger, Pennsylvania State University When colleges and universities began to make the SAT an optional part of the admissions process, the hope was...