Daily Archives: January 8, 2020

The Inclusive Populism of Robert F. Kennedy

“Robert F. Kennedy’s 1968 campaign for president, launched fifty years ago this spring, holds a special place in the hearts of many progressives. At a time when working-class whites and black voters were at each other’s throats, Kennedy (RFK) managed … Continue reading

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Arthur Miller’s Brooklyn

“When Arthur Miller first visited his country cousins in Brooklyn in the early 1920s, Midwood was not just a neighborhood, it was a description. Patches of woods stood thick enough near their East Fifth Street home that the boys could … Continue reading

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