On Memorial Day, 1937 thousands of steelworkers marched on Republic Steel in Chicago, demanding union recognition.
A popular actor in dozens of Chinese-language films, he has also become a recognizable presence in U.S. cinema.
We saw this film because we've consistently been impressed with Australian movies. We weren't disappointed.
Few American literary figures have received as much critical analysis as Walt Whitman.
Mary Helen Washington's book is a welcomed addition to the history of the period, especially its impact on African Americans.
"Abigail/1702" reminds us of America's primal sins and psychoses, and ponders the deeply reactionary side of U.S. history.
On this date in 1915, the director and title role star of the classic 1941 film "Citizen Kane" was born.
Today is the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War; a great way to reflect is through 'Nam war movies.
On this date in 1946, James Oppenheim's poem "Bread and Roses" was published in "Industrial Solidarity."
The finale is titled the date of President Reagan's famous Evil Empire speech to the National Association of Evangelicals.