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Presidents

Me, Myself, and Ice Cream

From Donald Trump: America’s 45th President, which was published in November by Gallopade. The biography, by Carole Marsh, is for readers aged eight and up. Read More

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The Emigrants

From a letter written in 1905 by Friedrich Trump, Donald Trump’s grandfather, to Luitpold, prince regent of Bavaria. Trump had been ordered to leave Bavaria for failing to complete mandatory…

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Night Terrors

From reports of dreams and fantasies that Lucy Corin collected from friends and acquaintances after the 2016 presidential election. Corin is the author, most recently, of One Hundred Apocalypses and…

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Texas is the Future

Can Democrats reconquer the Lone Star State?

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Mourning in America

A political orator wittily compared our party promises to western roads, which opened stately enough, with planted trees on either side, to tempt the traveller, but soon became narrow and…

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The Monument Wars

For years, whenever I was in New Orleans, I used to run past an equestrian statue just outside the voluptuously green City Park. Though it is situated at a major…

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In The Hollow

The changing face of Appalachia—and its role in the presidential race

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The Improbability Party

I like to think I’m unique. Don’t you? Complicated. Surprising. Unpredictable. I like to think that people who’ve only just met me or who know only the basic facts about…

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