Tag: American history

Comfortable history

This is going to be a two-parter. Once upon a time I had lunch with David McCullough. Yes, the David McCullough. And no, I can’t claim that I know him very well. Forgive the explanatory aside, but it so happens that my brother enjoys… Continue Reading “Comfortable history”

Frontier fighters and American exceptionalism

OK. Another rant. Sort of. I don’t plan on writing posts based entirely on anger or indignation, not always at least, but as I’m on a roll I think I’ll go with it. And, like the previous rant – the one on warfare and… Continue Reading “Frontier fighters and American exceptionalism”

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