Cristian Walk is a historical/political analyst for The EC Journal. He writes articles covering a wide range of public policies. However, he truly enjoys writing pieces that provide historical context to contemporary political issues. His areas of historical interests include the Jacksonian era, Reconstruction, and Gilded Age politics. Cristian wishes to offer a holistic perspective on the American political system and the history that lead to it.
Lee was a general, an American, but also a white supremacist. This, as well as the other hard truth of American history, need to come to light because it is only then that we can start to untangle this complicated business of our past.
In this plan, the tax breaks are disproportionately concentrated in the top one percent of the population, and even more so for the highest-earning one-tenth of one percent.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most pressing international issues of the 20th and 21st centuries, and its history is convoluted. But in order to solve it, we must understand it.