Heather Cox Richardson

Heather Cox Richardson is the author of "To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican Party," amongst several other books, and a professor of history at Boston College.

The Republican tax bill is a poison pill that kills the New Deal Heather Cox Richardson
Donald Trump's deadly strategy: His attack on government has led to riots before, and could again Heather Cox Richardson
This war is for America's soul: Donald Trump, Paul Ryan and how wealthy white elites protect themselves Heather Cox Richardson
This is how the GOP imploded: The real story behind the conservative crack-up, and the creation of Donald Trump Heather Cox Richardson
David Brooks has lost all control: This is how the far right stole the GOP -- and they are not giving it back Heather Cox Richardson
Ronald Reagan made it all worse: How Republicans -- the real party with their hands out -- convinced white America that government was out to get them Heather Cox Richardson
Extremism ends in civil war: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and a right-wing insurgency the GOP can no longer control Heather Cox Richardson
GOP's hell-bent on tearing us apart: A decades-long strategy to win by divisiveness now leads to President Donald Trump Heather Cox Richardson
George Will's had enough lying: His battle with Bill O'Reilly is finally an intellectual battle to reclaim the GOP from Fox News Heather Cox Richardson
GOP hates the media because they are liars: The damning, evil history of the right's war on a free press Heather Cox Richardson
Ted Cruz wants to be king: Make no mistake, the GOP extremists' real goal is absolute control Heather Cox Richardson
It is time to get very afraid: Extremists, authoritarians now run the GOP -- and no one can stop them Heather Cox Richardson
Donald Trump is brilliant revenge: The GOP's demise looks a lot like this Heather Cox Richardson
It didn't start with Limbaugh and Trump: The deep roots of the GOP's war on women Heather Cox Richardson
It's still Richard Nixon's party: How Watergate shaped the modern conservative movement Heather Cox Richardson