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Does Novelist Robert Keable Deserve a Reappraisal?

Does Novelist Robert Keable Deserve a Reappraisal?

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One hundred years ago the publication of Simon Called Peter, the first novel of Robert Keable, an English priest and former missionary, caused a sensation. It was a war novel with no fighting, telling the story of a priest going to Le Havre as a chaplain and discovering the realities of life behind the front lines. Slammed by critics in England, it received a more mixed reaction in America when published in 1922. The New York Herald commended it…See the Story
Transgender Youth Have Doubters. They Also Have History
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Transgender Youth Have Doubters. They Also Have History

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CC BY-SA 4.0  Politicians and pundits decrying the “trend” of transgender children currently dominate American airwaves. From Matt Walsh’s documentary What is a Woman? to proponents of state restrictions on gender-affirming healthcare, political and cultural debates in 2022 consistently entertain the argument that trans children are coming out of the blue, with no historical precedent. These talking points are not new; historically speaking, nei…See the Story
Professor Adam Winkler on Limitless Political Spending

Professor Adam Winkler on Limitless Political Spending

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To understand how political spending spiraled out of control—projections estimate $9.7 billion spent on ads alone during the 2022 election cycle—I spoke to Professor Adam Winkler, a professor at the UCLA School of Law. His book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights was a finalist for the National Book Award.We chatted about changes to election processes in the 1880s and 1890s, and how a political operative named Mar…See the Story

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