Daily Archives: May 26, 2020

Is Creativity A Blessing Or A Curse?

I often find myself wondering whether creativity is a blessing or a curse.  Frequently I come up with ideas of something that would be worthwhile in some particular situation despite lacking the skills to always implement such an idea myself.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Robert E. Lee (Civil War Hero)

Robert E. Lee (Civil War Hero), by Jack Kavanagh and Eugene C. Murdoch Why do people need Robert E. Lee to be a hero?  There are no cottage industries to resurrect the military reputations of Cornwallis in the American Revolution … Continue reading

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Book Review: Robert E. Lee (See And Read)

Robert E. Lee (See And Read), by Ruby L. Radford If you want to find out where history gets screwed up, one of the most obvious places to look is books written for children.  Generally speaking, books written for more … Continue reading

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Book Review: Robert E. Lee (Great American Generals)

Robert E. Lee (Great American Generals), by Ian Hogg There are an awful lot of books written about Robert E. Lee that appear to be deliberately aimed at younger audiences.  It should be noted that while the Civil War is … Continue reading

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