The Hoover Institution Archives houses the largest repository of documents pertaining to twentieth-century Poland outside of Warsaw. An overview of the collection. By Maciej Siekierski.SIDEBAR to Remembering the Warsaw Uprising.
Thomas Sowell recently concluded a study of affirmative action programs around the world, from India and Malaysia to Nigeria and the United States. His findings? Such programs have at best a negligible impact on the groups they are intended to assist.
At an old tsarist resort almost 60 years ago, Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill met Joseph Stalin to determine the fate of post-war Europe. Roosevelt, argues Arnold Beichman, misread Stalin—and proved naive about communism itself.SIDEBAR: The Cold War Begins