Possibly one of the most important fights of this new century is being waged right now in the halls of Congress, in state houses across the nation, and with lesser significance on social media. The question is about voter accessibility and who has the right to determine it. With COVID-19, voter accessibility was expanded and … Continue reading Jim Crow Voting?
Stephen Kinzer, All the Shaw’s Men: An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror, John Wiley and Sons, 2008 In 1953, there was an interesting and tragic event that occurred in Iran that hardly any Americans know anything about, but yet almost every Iranian does. The year before the tragedy, the very popular … Continue reading Book Review
In many ways during the 1960s the fight against authority or “the Man” started in colleges. They were seen as a microcosm of the larger issues the students felt they were facing. In the 1960s, colleges still functioned as “In Loco Parentis,” or replacing the role of parents when the students were under their care. … Continue reading Class Notes