David Osborne's essay "Beyond the Cult of Fatherhood" is a bracing challenge not only to both conventional gender norms but the way childcare is valued in our society. Osborne assumes the readers . . . .
World War II can be regarded as the greatest war in human history by virtue of the massive death toll it incurred, the monumental ramifications of its aftermath and the implications of its moral . . . .
As World War II drew to a close, and the planet was forced to recalibrate in unprecedented proportions, the United States began its long emergence as the most expansive super-power that had yet . . . .