All posts tagged "nineteenth century"
Notes From Italy: Some Old EnvoysMay 6, 2020
Counts who stank of garlic–as did the whole country–had sponged on him for seats in his...
Believers and InfidelsApril 28, 2020
For the first time there was a feeling that technologically, economically and politically, as well as...
Lincoln Emancipated: The President And the Politics of Race edited by Brian R. Dirck; foreword by Allen C. GuelzoApril 28, 2020
What is heartening is that, as Professor Michael Vorenberg stresses in his essay, Lincoln’s thinking about...
Wade Hampton: Confederate Warrior, Conservative Statesman by Walter Brian CiscoApril 26, 2020
Biography, if it serves the reader, is best written not only with the exploits of the...
The Uncivil War: Irregular Warfare in the Upper South 1861-1865 by Robert R. MackeyApril 26, 2020
Army Major Robert R. Mackey, currently assigned to the Pentagon, has written a much-needed study of...
Meet You in Hell: Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick and the Bitter Partnership That Transformed AmericaApril 26, 2020
Since our society began its retreat into Social Darwinism tricked out in the guise of laissez-faire...
James K. Polk by John SeigenthalerApril 26, 2020
Author John Seigenthaler has written an interesting and informative biography of the eleventh president of the...
Book Review: The Chinatown War: Chinese Los Angeles and the Massacre of 1871 by Scott ZeschApril 19, 2020
As the 1860's ended, the steadily growing numbers of Chinese immigrants led to fears that eventually...
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