Where Would We Be Without the New Deal?
A new history charts the forgotten ways the social politics of the Roosevelt years transformed the United States.
How New York’s Postwar Female Painters Battled for Recognition
The women of the historic Ninth Street Show had a will of iron and an intense need for their talent to be expressed, no matter the cost.
The New Yorker
A Radical Gettysburg Address
A behind-the-scenes look at Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
Emerging Civil War
George Washington Feared for America and Other Truths About the Founders We’ve Frozen in Time
The generals, politicians and dreamers who made America didn’t always like what they’d wrought.
New York Times
Why is the English Spelling System so Weird and Inconsistent?
Don’t blame the mix of languages; look to quirks of timing and technology.
Students Need To Learn About The Haters and The Helpers of Our History
We do our children no favors if we only feed them a steady diet of fairy tales that sidestep life’s complexities.
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