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Howard Schrader
Wednesday April 29, 2015 @ 05:58:25 PM mt

Howard Schrader: The Supreme Court Had One Of Its Most Gruesome Debates Today | ThinkProgress



The justices of the Supreme Court spend their morning tinkering with the machinery of death.

The death penalty in America today


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Howard Schrader
Sunday April 19, 2015 @ 02:13:08 AM mt

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The Pain d'Egalite of the the French Revolution sparked a war and toppled a monarchy. Read more at www.breadthroughhistory.com

A new post by Isaiah Schrader, the Gibbon of gluten.

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Howard Schrader
Thursday April 16, 2015 @ 11:29:33 PM mt

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At age 95, the retired justice John Paul Stevens continues to offer trenchant critiques of recent and not-so-recent court decisions.

Affectionate and astute essay by Linda Greenhouse on the occasion of Justice John Paul Stevens' 95th birthday.


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Howard Schrader
Wednesday April 15, 2015 @ 09:17:19 PM mt

Howard Schrader: California and N.Y. are thinking big on higher education. Will the feds? - The Washington Post



The Post interviews leaders of the State University of New York and three college and university systems in California.

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Howard Schrader
Saturday April 04, 2015 @ 03:39:59 AM mt

Howard Schrader: One Jew’s Quest for Historically Accurate Matzoh | Bread Through History



Each April, one Jewish holiday in particular strikes fear through my carbohydrate-sustained heart: Passover. Passover, or Pesach, is the celebration of the Israelites' emancipation from slavery in ...

Another timely post from carbohydrate historian Isaiah Schrader


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Howard Schrader
Saturday March 14, 2015 @ 03:24:50 AM mt

Howard Schrader: Discovering the Evolution of Babka | Bread Through History



Today, we will be focusing on the so called "Jewish" form of the buttery, eggy pastry known as babka. The "Christian" form is just as delicious, but is less prevalent in the New World than its Yidd...

An essay on the history of "babka" on breadthroughhistory.com, the new blog of my yeast favorite historian, Isaiah Schrader.


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Howard Schrader
Friday March 13, 2015 @ 12:16:01 AM mt

Howard Schrader: Shakespeare in Tehran by Stephen Greenblatt | The New York Review of Books



What did it mean that Shakespeare was the magic carpet that had carried me to Iran? For more than four centuries now he has served as a crucial link across the boundaries that divide cultures, ideologies, religions, nations, and all the other ways in which humans define and demarcate their identitie

I highly recommend this essay by the incomparable Stephen Greenblatt


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Howard Schrader
Saturday January 10, 2015 @ 01:37:49 PM mt

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