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Angry nostalgia is an apt description of much of contemporary experience. Many descriptions of past events and trends are accompanied by gestures of rage and anger. Praise or blame depending upon … more
Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act in July 1990, and ever since, people with [SG1] ability differences have been celebrating Disability Pride in July. The month-long celebration … more
The United States faced fundamental decisions about foreign policy after World War II. Germany and Japan had been defeated, but the Soviet Union had emerged as a new threat. Mao Zedong’s forces … more

INDIANAPOLIS — It’s been nine years since Donald Trump arrived on the American presidential scene, prompting me to finish a number of columns by simply saying, “Anything can … more
WEST LAFAYETTE — It was a wintry night in January 2017, just two weeks into the Donald Trump presidency, and the conversation centered on the populist uprising unfolding before our eyes. … more
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is marking its 75th anniversary this month. The observance, part of a NATO summit hosted by the United States in Washington, D.C., will be a big deal, and it … more

“My get-up-and-go has got up and went” was a common saying of those surviving during the depression. They worked long hours at back-breaking jobs for little pay in order to provide basic … more
What do the National Science Foundation, Purdue University and INDOT all have in common? They are all working hand-in-hand on the next generation of sustainable, electrical roadways to make … more
“My get-up-and-go has got up and went” was a common saying of those surviving during the depression. They worked long hours at back-breaking jobs for little pay in order to provide basic … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The “debate” between Joe Biden and Donald J. Trump was nothing less than an unfolding disaster for voters and the future of American democracy. For President … more

In 2019, the Knight Foundation set out to understand why nearly 100 million eligible voters sit out one of the “central democratic acts” for people in the United States — casting a … more
Most observers link identity politics with Democrats, as underrepresented groups have used their common fate as a vehicle for political action since the movement politics of the 1960s and 70s.  … more
Regarding the column by Raymond Williams published June 25 on the Viewpoints page: I am writing to thank Professor Williams for the beautiful and thought provoking column, “Them that has … more

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