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A Troubling View from Vietnam: 50 Years Ago

In the years since the Vietnam war, the U.S. has repeatedly sent its military into conflicts around the world. But the human and economic toll of these other conflicts is minor when compared with Vietnam. More

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Ben Franklin Used Fake News

The term “fake news” may be new, but the concept isn’t. Politicians have long been the perpetrators — and the victims — of phony information. More

Long Live the Landline

Once, the land line telephone was our primary link to the outside world, and between calls (which was most of the time), we were blissfully More

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Let’s Forget the First Amendment

Since the election, protests have risen sharply, as have efforts to quell them. This 1967 Post editorial shows there are many parallels between then and More

Edith Wharton: War Reporter?

Many would be surprised to find out that the author who was best known for writing about America’s privileged classes not only worked tirelessly to More

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