A few things online that caught my attention this week:
How Robert Moses changed New York and impacted families.
Abortion politics in the Kentucky, Mississippi, Louisiana.
David French on Mike Johnson and Christian politics.
How state legislatures and ideological boards are changing higher education.
Alex Coe reviews Steve Inskeep, Differ We Must: How Lincoln Succeeded in a Divided America
What is hiding behind your walls?
Marjorie Taylor Greene’s history lesson.
Jim Cullen on Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen
Ross Douthat on why liberal academia needs “Republican friends.”
Marcia Chatelain reviews Rachel Swarns, The 272: The Families Who Were Enslaved and Sold to Build the American Catholic Church. (And don’t forget to check out our podcast with Swarns in episode 114 of The Way of Improvement Leads Home Podcast.
Why is Doug Burgum still running for president?
Labor historian Nelson Lichtenstein on the United Auto Workers’ victory.
Lapham’s Quarterly takes a hiatus.
The history behind the Netflix film on Bayard Rustin.
Matthew Gabriele reviews Martyn Whittock, American Vikings: How the Norse Sailed into the Lands and Imaginations of America.