Historian Stephen Kotkin provides an intimate look at the Bolshevik regime’s inner geography, recasting the way we think about Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union, and modern Russia.
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Celebrated political historian Julian E. Zelizer illuminates how Johnson—with the help of Congress—swiftly built “The Great Society” and the bitter resistance his legislation faced.
Three experts discuss gay rights and how the Supreme Court’s anticipated hearings and decisions will impact this timely issue.
Enriched with screen clips from his past films, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jonathan Demme, in conversation with Antonio Monda, offers unique insight into the major influences on his career.
Historian Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy dispels the commonly-accepted myth of British incompetence and explores how the Americans achieved their surprising victory.