For my latest interview with recent authors, I talk to Jeff Sanders, a historian at Washington State University, about his new book Razing Kids: Youth, Environment, and the Postwar American.
Smithsonian magazine revisits the political satire of 1960's children's show Rocky and Bullwinkle. I've been doing some research into children's media these days (as you can tell by my previous.
I can't remember how I got through the costliest natural disaster in US history as a child after my house was flattened in 1992, and that's a testament to the.
I confess that when I opened this Jacobin piece on the New Victorians creating top-down moral values through consumption, I thought, "oh great another Jacobin hot take on something that.
I think most of us who grew up in the 70s and 80s, British or American, understand all too well the brutalist playground with its right angles, ugly architecture, and.
If there's one reason to study the 19th century, it's to learn lessons on how to raise children. Today's children are so spoiled, what with their education and not working.
Not to steal bspencer's bit, but I'm not sure that the female babies of today are going to grow up thrilled to be named for the hipster paradise of Brooklyn..
Jesse Jackson on Sesame Street, 1971. I especially like the line affirming those on welfare. Which I wish was still a relatively robust program, hey thanks Bill Clinton for making.