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A Tennessee school board banned a decades old novel about the Holocaust. The book titled “Maus” instead became an Amazon bestseller.
Born in England on January 29, 1736, the largely forgotten Thomas Paine is known in some circles as the “most-important Englishman whoever lived”.
Hosted by the Thomas Paine National Historical Association, DC urges you to join a zoom event to celebrate the anniversary of Thomas Paine’s birthday.
With a focus on Texas, a new paper documents the persistence of Southern slave owners in political power after the American Civil War.
For years, there has been talk about expanding the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, located just outside of downtown Rochester.
The US has announced a boycott of the 2022 winter Olympics in China over ongoing genocide in Xinjiang and other human rights abuses.
Anti-monarchy movements across the Commonwealth hailed Barbados as it dismissed the monarchy become the world’s newest republic.
Vice President Kamala Harris became the acting President for 85 minutes as President Joe Biden underwent medical procedures Friday.
The evolution of how we elect presidents has been dependent on chance as much as deliberate design during the last six decades.