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History

21st Century Limited

The lost glory of America’s railroads

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Voltaire in Vichy

By Jean Guéhenno, from Diary of the Dark Years, 1940–1944: Collaboration, Resistance, and Daily Life in Occupied Paris, out this month from Oxford University Press. Guéhenno (1890–1978) was a writer,…

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Civil Rights Act

From an interview with Azie Mira Dungey, creator of the Web comedy series Ask a Slave, by Amy M. Tyson, a historian at DePaul University, published in February in The…

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Spelling Plea

From a letter sent last November to the Campus Planning Board of the University of Colorado Boulder. Houusoo and Nowoo3 were nineteenth-century leaders of the Southern Arapaho in what is…

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Army of Shadows

From a memoir written in 1944 by Marcelle Hamel-Hateau, a schoolteacher in the Norman village of Neuville-au-Plain, included in D-Day Through French Eyes, by Mary Louise Roberts, published last month…

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America’s Ancestry Craze

Making sense of our family-tree obsession

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The Quinoa Quarrel

Who owns the world’s greatest superfood?

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Edible Complex

From a new translation of Herodotus’ The Histories, by Tom Holland, out this month from Viking. Read More

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Green Old Party

By Ralph Nader, from Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State, published last month by Nation Books. Read More

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May 2014