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BATTLE FOR A CONTINENT. Valiunas, Aigis Essay Jan 1, 2019 4948
Made for Civil War: We built America on the politics of national division. Vlahos, Michael Nov 1, 2018 3237
For God and country. Reilly, Robert R. Essay Jun 22, 2017 5275
From abolitionist to anarchist: Lysander Spooner's radical transition through the Civil War. Calton, Christopher Essay Jan 1, 2017 7658
White House Evolution and institutionalization: the office of chief of staff since Reagan. Cohen, David B.; Hult, Karen M.; Walcott, Charles E. Essay Mar 1, 2016 12745
The German roots of American order. Christian Kopff, E. Essay Sep 22, 2015 5505
James Polk's realpolitik: was the Mexican War gratuitous conquest or strategic statesmanship? Merry, Robert W. May 1, 2015 4558
Howard Zinn, the people's historian. Wright, Donald Critical essay Mar 22, 2014 6266
Relevant today: lessons from the Spanish-American war. Murphey, Dwight D. Critical essay Mar 22, 2013 6766
'Remember the Maine! To hell with Spain!' How the United States emerged from the Spanish-American War as a true global power. Depalma, Anthony Feb 18, 2013 2573
Lincoln died for our sins: the greatest impediment to achieving racial equality is the narcotic belief that we already have. Cobb, Jelani Jan 1, 2013 3032
General George's Genius. Palmer, Dave R. Jan 1, 2013 975
Abraham Lincoln, stepfather of our country: despite many contrary opinions on the presidency and legacy of president Abraham Lincoln, one thing is certain: he left a lasting impact on the United States. Dwyer, John J. Dec 10, 2012 4477
Politics as usual or political change: the War on Poverty's Community Action Program in Albany, New York 1959-1967. Keough, Brian Jul 1, 2012 8179
Mr. Madison's war: the War of 1812 serves as an exhibit of proper avoidance of war, a reminder to be militarily ready for war, and an exemplar of political restraint on curtailing freedoms. Kenny, Jack Essay Jun 25, 2012 3347
Editor's shelf. Editorial Mar 22, 2012 1068
Our languishing public land. Nelson, Robert H. Feb 1, 2012 7781
Michigan on the cusp of war. Dunnigan, Brian Leigh Jan 1, 2012 2556
Introductory sketch to the analytics and pragmatism of American progressivism. Gherasim, Gabriel Report Sep 1, 2011 7660
History in the making. McCullough, David Viewpoint essay Jul 1, 2011 3065
Dividing a nation: the firing on fort Sumter marked the first engagement of the civil war and took place 150 years ago, on April 12, 1861. Kenny, Jack Apr 4, 2011 3157
The Corps of Discovery: Lewis and Clark formed a partnership that changed the landscape of the United States. Huso, Deborah Personal account Mar 1, 2011 1045
One hell of a horse pistol: considered by many to be the finest military flintlock sidearm ever, the .54-caliber U.S. Model 1836 may be the best-looking as well. James, Garry Oct 15, 2010 955
The culture of violence in the American West: Myth versus Reality. DiLorenzo, Thomas J. Essay Sep 16, 2010 6051
Born in the USA: a new world of war: the American Civil War transformed the nature of armed conflict. Its opening salvos harked back to Waterloo; its end anticipated the industrial warfare of the 20th century. White, David Essay Jun 1, 2010 3843
US History Unfolding-or Brewing?. Brief article Mar 10, 2010 97
US History Unfolding-or Brewing?. Brief article Mar 10, 2010 102
How anticommonism "cemented" the American conservative movement in a liberal age of conformity, 1945-64. Haddigan, Lee Essay Jan 1, 2010 7803
Re-framing the national family: race mixing and re-telling American history. Squires, Catherine Essay Sep 22, 2009 6595
For God, king, and country: loyalism on the eastern shore of Maryland during the American Revolution. Neville, Barry Paige Essay Sep 22, 2009 12169
The structure of higher learning in fin-de-siecle America: bureaucracy, statistical accounting, and sociocultural change. Nielsen, Donald A. Essay Jun 22, 2009 7138
"Crete the opening wedge": nationalism and international affairs in Postbellum America. Prior, David Jun 22, 2009 12560
E Pluribus Europa? Assessing the viability of the European Union by analogy with the early American Republic. Glencross, Andrew Mar 22, 2009 10099
Tennessee sheriff uses web site to peddle 'Christian nation' view. Mar 1, 2009 427
A revolutionary recession: did a sour economy set off the American war for independence? Arango, Tim Jan 12, 2009 726
The conservative capture of anti-relativist discourse in postwar America. Lewis, Hyrum Report Dec 22, 2008 11979
"A kiss for mother, a hug for dad": the early 20th century Parents' Day campaign. LaRossa, Ralph; Carboy, Jaimie Ann Report Sep 22, 2008 9642
Reforming big government. Voegeli, William Essay Sep 22, 2008 6920
Everyman's war: a rich and poor man's fight in Lee's army. Glatthaar, Joseph T. Report Sep 1, 2008 8053
Blood for liberty. Jun 22, 2008 437
"Poor Burn?" the Antietam conspiracy that wasn't. Rafuse, Ethan S. Essay Jun 1, 2008 13712
So who'll be number 2? The vice presidency is now much more important than many people realize. Stolberg, Sheryl Gay Apr 14, 2008 1028
1968 America's tragic year: the 1960s was already shaping up as one of America's most turbulent decades. But in 1968, it seemed Like the nation was beginning to spin out of control. Davey, Monica Mar 31, 2008 1704
Look back in awe. Schmitt, Mark Dec 1, 2007 774
Pipes and Drums: R.S. Taylor Stoermer takes a transatlantic perspective on the Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707. Stoermer, R.S. Taylor May 1, 2007 5121
American history. Nov 17, 2006 281
Science and religion in colonial America: the early days. Oldfield, Bruce Kirk Critical essay Sep 22, 2006 5405
External assistance: enabler of insurgent success. Record, Jeffrey Sep 22, 2006 6641
American gullibility, extremist rhetoric: the December panic of 1950. Newman, Robert P. Essay Sep 22, 2006 8773
The United States in Congress assembled. Rakove, Jack N. Jun 22, 2006 2376
Remembering Richard Somers: naval martyrdom in the Tripolitan War. Cray, Robert E., Jr. Jun 22, 2006 7587
From Kennedy's Cold War to the war on terror: Gareth Jenkins looks for continuities in American foreign policy from the 1960s to the 2000s. Jenkins, Gareth Jun 1, 2006 2476
The perils of America's progress. Bertman, Stephen Jan 1, 2006 3259
Race and twentieth-century American economic history. Collins, William J. Dec 22, 2005 2498
The big easy, the big prize: for centuries, New Orleans has been a strategically critical city coveted by European imperial powers and visionary American statesmen. Grigg, William Norman Oct 17, 2005 2601
How Africa developed Europe and America. Boateng, Osei Oct 1, 2005 2500
Some call it empire. Codevilla, Angelo M. Essay Sep 22, 2005 6257
Trade and improvements: young America and the transformation of the Democratic Party. Eyal, Yonatan Sep 1, 2005 10671
Slavery, confederate diplomacy, and the racialist mission of Henry Hotze. Bonner, Robert E. Sep 1, 2005 13615
The lost founder: Thomas Paine has often been the forgotten (and sometimes the ostracized) Founding Father. It's time to start remembering--and celebrating. Kaye, Harvey J. Jul 1, 2005 4188
Lessons from a successful counterinsurgency: the Philippines, 1899-1902. Deady, Timothy K. Mar 22, 2005 6552
Are Pres. Bush and the Founding Fathers on the same page? Kesler, Charles R. Mar 1, 2005 2668
Our Godless Constitution: the faith of our Founding Fathers definitely wasn't Christianity. Allen, Brooke Feb 21, 2005 2883
Understanding the "new" racism through an urban charter school. Hatt-Echeverria, Beth; Jo, Ji-Yeon Jan 1, 2005 6813
Young man! When you're low on your dough: the depression and YMCA's Leisure Time League. Martens, James W. Sep 22, 2004 2924
Living memory: long after the last witnesses to momentous events in the history of a nation have died, the memory of those events may continue to alter the course of the nation. What matters most is not whether historical recollection is accurate, but whether it liberates or imprisons. Clausen, Christopher Sep 22, 2004 3153
Dissent is as American as apple pie: "American citizens are torn by an ill-advised war and occupation led by leaders who, in seeking to stifle the sort of healthy debate democracy requires, do not seem to understand, indeed, who seem to shun, our nation's history.". Young, Ralph F. Column Jul 1, 2004 1448
An unusable past: urban elites, New York City's evacuation day, and the transformations of memory culture. Hood, Clifton Jun 22, 2004 16930
"This godforsaken town": death and disease at Helena, Arkansas, 1862-63. Kohl, Rhonda M. Jun 1, 2004 15403
A different view of Gettysburg: play, memory, and race at the Civil War's greatest shrine. Weeks, James P. Jun 1, 2004 6947
The fire that backfired: the British torching of Danbury, Connecticut, did not produce the desired effect--thanks in part to the midnight ride of 16-year-old Sybil Ludington. Gilmore, Jodie May 3, 2004 2972
Jefferson and the Haitian revolution. May 1, 2004 388
War & remembrance: the U.S. and Mexico share a long, sometimes-troubled history that goes back to the Mexican-American War--which still resonates on both sides of the border. Weiner, Tim Cover Story Apr 5, 2004 1608
McKinley and the Spanish-American war. Offner, John L. Mar 1, 2004 6453
Woodrow Wilson and World War I. Clements, Kendrick A. Mar 1, 2004 11760
Franklin D. Roosevelt and World War II. Kimball, Warren F. Mar 1, 2004 9962
Everyman's war: confederate enlistment in civil war Virginia. Sheehan-Dean, Aaron Mar 1, 2004 9590
The public nature of private industry in confederate Georgia. Morgan, Chad Mar 1, 2004 9622
Desertion and loyalty in the South Carolina infantry, 1861-1865. Marrs, Aaron W. Mar 1, 2004 9076
A fresh look at the framers. Haslanger, Phil Dec 22, 2003 587
Lewis & Clark: journey into the unknown: a group of daring explorers headed west from Missouri nearly 200 years ago. Their journey would change the U.S. forever. Warshauer, Matt Nov 10, 2003 1675
Painting the South with a Northern eye. Francis, Jacqueline Sep 22, 2003 5798
Inventing the tropical South: race, region, and the colonial model. Ring, Natalie J. Sep 22, 2003 5266
The Cult of the Founders. Sep 22, 2003 427
Model city: the War on Poverty, race relations, Catholic social and activism in 1960s Pittsburgh (1). Heineman, Kenneth J. Jun 22, 2003 12977
FDR's patriot purge. (Cover Story History). Grigg, William Norman Jun 16, 2003 2417
America's admiral: George Dewey and American culture in the Gilded Age. Leeman, William P. Mar 22, 2003 9298
The United States, the French right, and American power in Europe, 1946-1958. Kisatsky, Deborah Mar 22, 2003 10328
John Jay, the concept of deference, and the transforamtion of early American political culture. Estes, Todd Biography Dec 22, 2002 10230
Secret warriors: female soldiers in the Civil War: eager for adventure, or to accompany their husbands, hundreds of women assumed male identities and marched into battle. (times past). McCollum, Sean Dec 13, 2002 1359
Changing history. (Comment). Foner, Eric Sep 23, 2002 1186
Remembering 9/11. Kesler, Charles R. Editorial Sep 22, 2002 845
Why America is different: puritans, circuit riders, and the free market. (Anywhere but Here: America, Religion & The Rest of the World). Doyle, Rodger Jun 22, 2002 2945
Yet another constitutional crisis? Whittington, Keith E. Apr 1, 2002 24127
Alabama's ride to freedom tour revisits historic sites of the Civil Rights struggle. Miller, Robert G. Feb 1, 2002 1311
Operation noble eagle: Defending the homeland. Garamone, Jim Jan 1, 2002 1999
Hazarding the Constitution. (The Periodical Observer - Politics & Government). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 484
Mutual aid and the making of heterodox economics in postwar America: a post Keynesian view. Lee, Frederic S. Essay Jan 1, 2002 9018
Vietnam War contains lessons for today. (Perspective). Brief Article Nov 9, 2001 922
"America's histories" revisited: the case of Tell Them They Lie. Kalter, Susan Jun 22, 2001 10067
Laboratories of Democracy? Brandeis, Federalism, and Scientific Management. Tarr, G. Alan Critical Essay Jan 1, 2001 4909
Misusing history and manipulating history - Dubious Interpretations Promote Present Goals. Appleyard, James; Casterline, Lee May 1, 2000 5602
Can class still unite: lessons from the American experience. Linkon, Sherry; Russo, John Mar 22, 2000 1774
Abraham Kuyper and the Holland-America Line of Liberty. Boit, John Mar 22, 1998 11945
Second-tern presidents: history says. Ferrell, Robert H. Jan 1, 1997 1502
Extremely predictable. Brief Article Sep 1, 1996 191
The non-racial franchise and Afrikaner and coloured identities, 1910-1994. Giliomee, Hermann Apr 1, 1995 12852
American democracy through ancient Greek eyes. Strauss, Barry Apr 1, 1994 3583
The American Idea. White, Theodore H. Reference Source Jan 1, 1991 729
American labor history: a conspiracy of silence? Rosenzweig, Roy Aug 1, 1987 2006
The Lincoln Brigade: some comments on U.S. history. Navarro, Vicente Sep 1, 1986 3668

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