Daily Archives: August 12, 2020

On The Vulnerability And Ubiquity Of Implicit Contracts

Recently, I talked about unspoken conversations, and explored some of the reason why it was that so much was said implicitly between people but never actually said out loud because the conditions for those conversations did not exist.  It is … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Confederate States Of America: 1861-1865

The Confederate States Of America:  1861-1865, by Emory Thomas This is a book that seeks to be revisionist and write about the Confederacy from its own perspective and it has some positive aspects and some areas where it falls a … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lost Cause

The Lost Cause:  A New Southern History Of The War Of The Confederates, by Edward A. Pollard While this book is negligible in its insight of the Civil War and is ridiculously, even comically biased in favor of the South, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Cause Lost: Myths And Realities Of The Confederacy

The Cause Lost:  Myths And Realities Of The Confederacy, by William C. Davis In looking at the lost cause of the Confederacy, the author, who is a serious historian of the Civil War, has pondered a great deal about the … Continue reading

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