How the Vietnam War Created America’s Modern “White Power” Movement

Sean Illing: The core claim of this book is that the modern “white power” movement really began as a response to the aftermath of the Vietnam War. What happened? Kathleen Belew: It helps to explain how I came to this project. I was researching truth and reconciliation commissions and came upon one in the aftermath … Continue reading How the Vietnam War Created America’s Modern “White Power” Movement

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The Soviet Woman — a Full and Equal Citizen of Her Country

"It is a well-known fact that the Soviet Union has achieved exceptional successes in drawing women into the active construction of the state. This generally accepted truth is not disputed even by our enemies. The Soviet woman is a full and equal citizen of her country. [...] From the very beginning, Soviet law recognized that … Continue reading The Soviet Woman — a Full and Equal Citizen of Her Country

25 Common Dangerous Mistakes Caused by Failing to Use Current [Domestic Violence] Research

25 Common Dangerous Mistakes Caused by Failing to Use Current [Domestic Violence] Research: Asking abuse victims to just “get over it.” Minimizing the full harm caused by domestic violence and child abuse. Assuming the end of a relationship ends the risk from an abuser. Assuming abuse that is not recent has little impact on children. … Continue reading 25 Common Dangerous Mistakes Caused by Failing to Use Current [Domestic Violence] Research

Men’s Health: A Critique of Men’s Rights and Anti-Feminist Claims

“Men’s rights advocates (MRAs) and anti-feminist men’s groups claim that men now are the victims in our society, of both women and feminism. MRAs claim that men’s health is a particularly important area of male disadvantage, that men’s health issues and shorter life spans are evidence of discrimination and oppression faced by men, and that … Continue reading Men’s Health: A Critique of Men’s Rights and Anti-Feminist Claims