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An astonishing saga of endurance and high courage told by a man who lived through it
It’s not surprising that Democrats seek to wrap themselves in the Roosevelt cloak; what’s harder to understand is why so many Republicans do too. A distinguished historian explains.
He claimed his critics didn’t like his work because it was “too noisy,” but he didn’t care what any of them said. George Luks’s determination to paint only what interested him was his greatest strength—and his greatest weakness.
The United States had promised black soldiers that they would be paid as much as whites. Sergeant Walker believed that promise.
The dour radio comedian regarded his work as totally ephemeral, but a new generation of comics has built upon his foundations