Daily Archives: June 11, 2020

Hostis Humani Generis

How does one deal with radical evil?  There are many of us, myself included, who would view radicalism itself as an evil that requires eradication.  Yet it requires eradication not only from our world, but also frequently from ourselves.  A … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Battle Of Nashville

The Battle Of Nashville:  General George H. Thomas & The Most Decisive Battle Of The Civil War, by Benson Bobrick Admittedly, this book was disappointing to me.  It was disappointing for a very specific reason, though, one that is well … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Retreat From Pulaski To Nashville, Tenn.

The Retreat From Pulaski To Nashville, Tenn., by Levi T. Schofield When you read a book it is interesting to note the perspective that is often involved.  This particular book is written about the more interesting aspects of the Civil … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sherman’s Battle For Atlanta

Sherman’s Battle For Atlanta, by Jacob D. Cox There are advantages and disadvantages to having history written by participants.  This particular book was written by one of the higher officers in Sherman’s army, one who would later lead a corps … Continue reading

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