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Walter Moss: Unlike the Germans, We Have Failed to Recognize and Atone for Our Holocausts

September 20, 2020 – Walter G. Moss is a professor emeritus of history at Eastern Michigan University, a Contributing Editor of HNN, and author of An Age of Progress? Clashing Twentieth-Century Global Forces(2008). For a list of his recent books and online publications click here. As a nation we have not owned up to the grievous, centuries-long harm […]

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Walter G. Moss: Five Strictly Professional Reasons Why Historians Dislike Donald Trump

Aug. 9, 2020 – Walter G. Moss is a professor emeritus of history at Eastern Michigan University, a Contributing Editor of HNN, and author of An Age of Progress? Clashing Twentieth-Century Global Forces (2008). For a list of his recent books and online publications click here. It is no secret that most historians dislike President Trump. In December of […]

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Walter Moss: Why and How Donald Trump Flunks the Presidential Leadership Test

Walter G. Moss is a professor emeritus of history at Eastern Michigan University and Contributing Editor of HNN. Among his publications are An Age of Progress? Clashing Twentieth-Century Global Forces, various volumes on Russian history, and over 200 essays. Now that the midterm elections are over there will be some reassessments of President Donald Trump. But whatever the verdict on […]

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Walter G. Moss: After Reading the Newest Climate Report this Is What You Should Do

Oct. 12, 2018 – Walter G. Moss is a professor emeritus of history at Eastern Michigan University and Contributing Editor of HNN. For a list of all of Moss’s recent books and online publications, click here. On October 8, 2018 the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued a report that an author of previous studies called “quite a […]

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Walter G. Moss: We Traded in One of the Most Self-Disciplined Presidents for the Most Undisciplined President

September 18, 2017 – Conservatives like to talk about virtues. In 1993 William Bennet’s The Book of Virtues appeared five years after the end of his stint as Ronald Reagan’s secretary of education. In 1994 historian Gertrude Himmelfarb, of the conservative Kristol family, praised the virtues of the Victorians in her book The De-Moralization of […]