Crossing period boundaries separating late medieval, early modern, and long eighteenth-century England, Paul A. Fideler offers a coherent overview of parish-centered social welfare from its medieval roots, through its institutionalisation in the Elizabethan Poor Law, to its demise in the early years of the Industrial Revolution.
Victor Berger, seen here with Eugene V. Debs and Berth Hale White, was an American socialist elected to the House in 1910.
This paper outlines the historical narrative that has led to the current worldwide phenomenon of ice use and explores contemporary directions of research into its impact and potential treatments.
Catherine Bauer, accepting the check for her prize-winning essay for Fortune
Rep. Ron Dellum, right, is pictured with staff members, including Barbara Lee, in an undated photograph.
Abortion rights demonstrators, New York City, 1968
A Yiddish poster for the Jewish Labor Bund reads: “There, where we live, there is our country! A democratic republic! Full political and national rights for Jews. Ensure that the voice of the Jewish working class is heard at the Constituent Assembly,” Kiev, circa 1918