Sunday night odds and ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

If you tell interviewers that you recently accepted Jesus Christ as your personal savior, or fondle a rosary during the interview, don’t expect a job at a prestige firm.”

The 1860 election and the meaning of the U.S. Constitution

Joe Biden: liberal Catholic

Trumpism is a suburban, middle-class phenomenon

100 million vaccines a day is too few

Douglas Brinkley on Henry Aaron. Smithsonian scholars here.

Jon Ossoff’s Bible

Presidential historian Tim Naftali says Trump is the worst ever

Gordon Wood reviews James Oakes, The Crooked Path to Abolition: Abraham Lincoln and the Antislavery Constitution. Elizabeth Varon reviews it here.

Father Coughlin

Violent minoritarians

Are accusations of fascism helpful?

Do we need another presidential commission to study the American founding?

What the “Black Robe Regiment” misses

Allen Guelzo reviews Brian Holden Reid, The Scourge of War: The Life of William Tecumseh Sherman.

Contested elections and difficult transitions

Kevin Kruse’s review of the 1776 Commission Report