In her 2010 book, The Red Corner: The Rise and Fall of Communism in Northeastern Montana, Verlaine Stoner McDonald resurrects the surprising but largely forgotten episode of agrarian radicalism in Sheridan County, Montana. Over ten years after its publication, McDonald’s stellar work of microhistory continues to provide food for thought to readers interested in both the political promise and limits of agrarianism, localism, and left-wing populism.
While every people has a right to cultural solidarity and (peaceful and just) defense of their traditions and heritage, every moral person (especially every Christian) is also called to a deep sense of humility, forgiveness, and ultimately love of neighbor—even when that other raises the housing prices literally ten-fold in twenty years.
Here's an article about a farmer in Montana who has worked tirelessly for years to effect changes to a dam that allows fish to...
Finding myself 2000 miles from Montana but with a couple of boys who want to go fishing, we ventured into the brown waters of...
An actual cowboy's life was a far cry from a John Wayne Western.
It was the kind of responsibility that forces a kid to grow up.