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A half-century boom in the fur trade that decimated California otters.
It’s happened before. The president? Andrew Jackson, Trump’s favorite.

Missiles won’t clean it up.

This week's broad sampling of opinion pieces found on the Internet, as selected by the editors of HNN.
Whatever his personal reasons, structural changes in Congress make life tough for any House Speaker.
The new battleground is not in some basement or backyard where hate is brewing. It’s not on the street. It’s in your phone and on your screen.
It happened twenty years ago when Bill Clinton launched missiles in the midst of his sex scandal.
But that didn’t stop this courageous historian from trying to quantify Alexander’s wealth.
The Minnesota exhibit is touring various large museums across the country. Go see it!
Links to important discussions about topics in the news this week.
Here's why they aren't celebrating this attempt at a usable past.
And guess who’s not on the list: the three countries that claim to be the most powerful.
Worries in the wake of the U.S.-led bombing of Syria.
The change in our political structure that led directly to Trump’s election.
Motels and race relations in the Mississippi Delta in the 1970s.
William Pfaff's death represented a serious loss of columnists willing to challenge our politics of war and militarism.
First and foremost there’s his mother, Eleanor of Aquitaine.
It’s if a more competent politician who exploits rural grievances succeeds him.
The short answer: They’ve already been here before.
40 years after the Bakke decision its endorsement of diversity may have been an ironic legacy of Jim Crow.