History

Fifty years after "Peter and the Commissar" parodied central planning under the Soviet Union, would the themes still be laughable?

The United States would be wise to learn from the vengeful attacks on Aetolia carried out in 218 B.C. by Philip V of Macedon.

At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, James Madison remarkably supported giving the federal government power to nullify state laws.

During the first week of deliberations at the Constitutional Convention of 1787, delegates considered the critical issue of the future of the confederation.

Just as St. Guthlac used his belt to squeeze demons out of Ecgga, Americans can squeeze consolidation out of the federal government by applying the cinch of the Constitution.

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