Twentieth Century

Will Trump be held responsible this time?

It looks like former President Donald Trump was ready to go even further than we knew in his war on leaks. According to the New York Times, Department of Justice prosecutors obtained, via a subpoena from Apple, information about the accounts of at least two members of the House Intelligence …

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Diabetes and Race | Health affairs

There are times when a book opens my eyes wider. I enjoy when a book complements my primary care work and provides insight into the complex interpretations of race and health in the United States. Diabetes: A History of Race and Disease, by medical historian Arleen Marcia Tuchman, is such …

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Greek art in all its splendor

Jockey of Artemision – National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Credit: Joyofmuseums , CC BY-SA 4.0/ Wikipedia The Jockey of Artemision, a large Greek bronze statue of a young boy riding a horse, is a magnificent surviving statue from ancient Greece and a rare example of a racehorse in Greek sculpture. It …

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The establishment strikes back – for now

If, as Bruno Maçães suggests in The story began, American culture became a Hollywood plot, and then we reached this place in history when the cattle baron burns down the shacks of unwanted settlers and the Death Star destroys the rebel planet. After defeating Donald Trump and stumbling upon new …

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