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reviewed April 1865: The Month That Saved America. September 11, 2010
April 1865: The Month That Saved America
By the first of April, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln knew that at long last victory over the Confederacy was at hand. He was relieved and elated, but also deeply worried. How would the south react …
reviewed The First Assassin. November 20, 2009
The First Assassin
I'm sure it won't escape anyone who notices the sudden explosion of one-star "reviews" of "The First Assassin" [on Amazon.com] how many of those so-called "reviews" …
reviewed The State of Jones. August 23, 2009
The State of Jones
The events that followed the end of the American Civil War from 1865 through roughly 1900, known as Reconstruction, mark the darkest days and events in American history, because they revealed a cold-blooded …
reviewed The State of Jones. July 10, 2009
The State of Jones
In his 1927 work Liberalism (Lib Works Ludwig Von Mises PB), Ludwig von Mises wrote, "The right of self-determination in regard to the question of membership in a state thus means: whenever the inhabitants …
reviewed The State of Jones. June 29, 2009
The State of Jones
First off, The State of Jones is extremely well written and exhaustively researched. That alone would earn it at least 4 stars in my estimation. The Civil War category of history books tends to get over …
reviewed The State of Jones. June 23, 2009
The State of Jones
This is one of the most fascinating historical accounts I have ever read, as it emphasizes some points of American history that are rarely emphasized. Furthermore, it also demonstrates how mindless patriotic …
reviewed The State of Jones. June 16, 2009
The State of Jones
In an era when everybody and his mother is writing yet another book praising Lincoln, The State of Jones by Harvard historian John Stauffer is a fresh and original history of the Civil War. Even if you've …
reviewed The Politically Incorrect Guide to Am.... February 28, 2008
The Politically Incorrect Guide to American
I was intrigued by another reviewer's eloquent summary of points from Prof. Woods's book about the revivification of the Latin liturgy in Catholic services. Prof. Woods seems quite knowledgeable about …
The Lees of Virginia: Seven Generations of an
This book is a fascinating look at a famous and influential family in a time and place I happen to find among the most interesting in all American history: Virginia from its founding until 1870. Within …
reviewed The Politically Incorrect Guide to Am.... February 28, 2005
The Politically Incorrect Guide to American
For all their moaning about the alleged death of "civilized debate" in this country, nothing makes Official Left and Official Right kiss and make up faster than the chance to denounce someone who challenges …
April 1865: The Month That Saved America
This book is so well written that it reads almost like a novel! I was immediately pulled into the narrative, and even though I knew how the book would end, I was mesmerized by the language and structure …
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