Daily Archives: August 8, 2019

As I Walk Into The Great Unknown

Rachel Platten, if she is remembered at all, is remembered generally as a one-hit wonder for her empowerment anthem “Fight Song” and for her debut album Wildfire, both of which were widely panned as among the worst music of 2016.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Coolidge

Coolidge, by Amity Shlaes It is not too surprising that the author’s writing of The Forgotten Man, a book about the Great Depression, would lead her to write a book about the president who presided over the period of wealth … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Forgotten Man

The Forgotten Man:  A New History Of The Great Depression, by Amity Shlaes It is really only recently that I started reading much about the history of the Great Depression, an area of history that I have not tended to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Politically Incorrect Guide To The Great Depression And The New Deal

The Politically Incorrect Guide To The Great Depression And The New Deal, by Robert P. Murphy, Ph.D As someone who is a fan of the series to which this book belongs, I expected this book to at least give me … Continue reading

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