Tag Archives: Politics

Truman meeting with General Clark and Chief Justice Vinson

The Electoral College Causes Controversy (Again)

The Electoral College system is frequently called into question, particularly when the winner of the Electoral College is not the winner of the popular vote. The Post editors found fault with the system back in 1934, yet not much has changed in the last 84 years.  More

Every Vote Counts

When men and women perform their civic duty, even though the effort required is very slight, something has been added to the sum total of the moral force of the nation.  More
Swollen Fortunes

Swollen Fortunes

In a 1906 article, author David Graham Phillips defended President Teddy Roosevelt’s attack on the corrupting power of the super rich.  More
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