Daily Archives: May 8, 2019

Check Your Privilege

Yesterday afternoon for an hour and a half I attended a “group supe” meeting for my county’s CASA organization on the subject of privilege.  It was hosted by two white women in their late twenties to early thirties or so … Continue reading

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Book Review: Twenty Days

Twenty Days:  A Narrative In Text And Pictures Of The Assassination Of Abraham Lincoln And The Twenty Days And Nights That Followed – The Nation In Mourning, The Long Trip Home To Springfield, by Dorthy Meserve Kunhardt and Philip B. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reflections On The Civil War

Reflections On The Civil War, by Bruce Catton, edited by John Leekley As someone who grew up greatly appreciating Bruce Catton’s historiography on the Civil War, I consider it a shame that he died before I had the chance to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gettysburg: The Final Fury

Gettysburg:  The Final Fury, by Bruce Catton It is easy to see, in reading this book, why Bruce Catton received and was worthy of a Pulitzer Prize for his historical writing.  As a child I first became familiar with the … Continue reading

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