Daily Archives: May 27, 2017

An Inexorable March

Sometimes the theme of an evening is a ripe piece of low-hanging fruit and sometimes it is a matter that requires a bit of thought.  I have now gone to a fair amount of dinners as a part of our … Continue reading

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Last Of The Mohicans

You know that empty feeling an office gets when a long weekend approaches?  It begins early in the day, as people call in sick with imaginary maladies in order to stretch a three day weekend into four days.  Even for … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ideological Origins Of The American Revolution

The Ideological Origins Of The American Revolution, by Bernard Bailyn In one sense, this book is not a particular surprise.  If you are familiar at all with the writings of Bernard Bailyn [1], you will have some idea of what … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sometimes An Art

Sometimes An Art:  Nine Essays On History, by Bernard Bailyn When I was an undergraduate student taking a course on historiography, there was one sense in which I was like all of my other classmates.  We were presented with a … Continue reading

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