Havelock shortened a constitutional amendment to the version voters approved, which amounts to a near-universal protection of Alaskans’ privacy.
The incomplete embrace of our history feeds open expressions and covert convictions of white supremacy.
We can and must teach America’s uplifting ideals while addressing the fact that in many cases, we have fallen short.
Despite the new attention it has garnered, white supremacy is destined to remain a rejected, frustrated fringe movement.
Politically, extremism didn’t end well for C.R. Lewis. It may not end well for Allard and Eastman, either.
In the scope of time, the 200-odd years of the American experiment with democracy is short and checkered.
History will harshly judge those who cravenly pandered to the conspiracy.
Alaska has become more conservative, though a number of Legislatures have been led by coalitions.
In six weeks spent interviewing villagers, doctors determined that mortality in Alaska was 30 times greater than in the contiguous states.
Alaska has not been spared such constitutional tensions.
The Republican gubernatorial primary in 1978 between incumbent Gov. Jay Hammond and veteran challenger Walter Hickel was one to remember.
History, because it is the search for the meaning of past human thought and action, is complex, often contradictory and inconclusive.
The dependency is a difficult reality for many Alaskans and their political leaders to acknowledge.
Anchorage’s holiday star reminds us to follow our better angels.
Bartlett was in the middle of a contest between Native rights and Alaska’s future, to which Alaska’s economic development was critical.