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Tag: Jimmy Carter
Thursday was actually a bad day for Trump
Millions of voting Americans—including hundreds of thousands in Chicago—come from those Eastern European countries Trump might not bother to defend
Timeline Theatre’s based-on-fact play makes a contradictory case
Danny Casolaro Died for You, TimeLine Theatre’s based-on-fact play, makes a contradictory case.
Rick Perlstein crosses The Invisible Bridge between Nixon and Reagan
In a new book, Chicago historian and Nation writer Rick Perlstein continues to chart America’s rightward shift.
The undoing of a president’s mystique
What would have happened to JFK if he’d been scrutinized in the same way as Obama?
When the earth shook beneath the Mississippi
The story of a powerful seismological event where you’d least expect to find it: The Mississippi Valley.
Q&A: Rick Perlstein on how a dose of machine politics could benefit Obama
The author of Before the Storm and Nixonland sits down for a chat in light of his recent Chicago magazine cover story
Video Drone: Beatles Stories
An anecdotal new documentary lets you meet the Beatles, over and over again
Jimmy Carter, the subject of a new documentary by Jonathan Demme, gives ’em H-E double toothpicks at the Toronto film festival.
Why beat up on the old guy?
Jimmy Carter runs afoul of the thought police.
Death by satellite, odd maps, Jimmy Carter on Israel, and more.