The History Briefing On This Week's Impeachment Updates: How Historians Helped Us Understand the News
by Paige Morse
Historians play a key role in contextualizing current events for the public.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Rudy Giuliani comparing impeachment to the Salem witch trials is a little right and a lot wrong, expert says
Featuring historian Emerson W. Baker.
by Jim Sleeper
Giuliani’s mind and career tell us as much as the impeachment inquiries are likely to do about why Trump’s presidency is so perverse.
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