A few things online that caught my attention this week:
Should we be fighting climate change in the same way we fought the Nazis?
Woody Guthrie: radical
Are the rich really getting richer at the expense of the poor?
A lawsuit against Dissent‘s “Know Your Enemy” podcast is dropped.
Hasidic Jews and religious liberty.
The “cut-throat medical marketplace” of 18th-century England.
Montana’s library commission withdraws from the American Library Association.
The fascinating story of basketball guru and writer Clair Bee.
Fighting for the humanities.
Pamphlets and the 1793 yellow fever epidemic.
Ana Lucia Araujo reviews Rachel Swarns’s The 272: The Families Who Were Enslaved and Sold to Build the American Catholic Church.
Nelson Lichtenstein: Labor historian
Hubert Humphrey and how Democrats lost the South.