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The twisted roots of U.S. land policy in the West

John Freemuth, Boise State University The seizure of a Malheur National Wildlife Refuge building in southeastern Oregon by armed and self-styled “constitutionalists” was...

How the Nazis co-opted Christmas

Joe Perry, Georgia State University In 1921, in a Munich beer hall, newly appointed Nazi party leader Adolf Hitler gave a Christmas speech to an...

How Moscow’s man in Westminster charmed Churchill…

How Moscow's man in Westminster charmed Churchill out of Britain's wartime secrets Gabriel Gorodetsky, University of Oxford The national press has been thrilling to revelations from...

Brutal beauty: the rich heritage that means these buildings must be...

Timothy Brittain-Catlin, University of Kent Poplar, in the east of London, is home to two blocks of housing that are providing a symbolic battleground for...

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Would you whip a unicorn? The Melbourne Cup and imagination

By Madeleine Boyd, University of Sydney This is not an article about unicorns or virgins, but about the power of imagination, both wonderful and terrible....