Michael Kazin teaches history at Georgetown University and is co-editor of Dissent. His latest book is War Against War: The American Fight for Peace, 1914–1918.
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In celebrating the most famous gay-rights skirmish, we slight the battles that came before
What a new movement doesn't get about the origins of feminism
If Obama is liberalism's standard bearer, liberalism's in bad shape