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The Controversial Hero

Any American who sparks such extreme opinion must represent something deep and valuable in the national character.... More

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The Dangerous Doctor King

Martin Luther King Jr. Day honors the man the FBI considered "the most dangerous and effective Negro leader in the country." ... More

The Designated Hitter Debate

The debate rages on—at least at the editorial offices of the Saturday Evening Post. We offer our experts' views on the Designated Hitter Rule.... More

Who Will Shape the New Decade?

Here we are, standing at history's curbside, watching a brand-new decade pulling up to us. At such moments, we naturally wonder where we'll go with... More

A 19th Century Christmas Sampler

Unable to share the holidays with your great-great-grandparents this year? Here, we offer you some excerpts from older issues that will keep you up to date... More

My, How the Rules Have Changed

Think you’re tough? How long would you last in a college football game playing 1890's rules? The first intercollegiate football game—played November 6, 1869, in... More

Communism & Hollywood

October 23, 1946: Congress challenges Hollywood’s loyalty, and an American Communist makes a discovery.... More

Obama Wins Nobel for Peace

For the third time in its history, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded its Peace Prize to an American president in office. What are your thoughts... More

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