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by | Mar 8, 2020

Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger said the Corps will remove “Confederate paraphernalia” from its facilities. Exactly what is covered…

by | Feb 19, 2020

Congress at War: How Republican Reformers Fought the Civil War, Defied Lincoln, Ended Slavery, and Remade America by Fergus M….

by | Jan 31, 2020

If we’re more divided now than we were at any time since the Civil War, ask yourself where we’d be…

by | Oct 29, 2019

A decade after the 2008 taxpayer bailout, Americans remained skeptical of banks. According to a 2018 survey, one-third of the…

by | Oct 25, 2019

Ignored among current reparations discussions is the fact the South has already paid them — if not for slavery, then…

by | Aug 29, 2019

Texas novelist William Humphrey revealed how Confederate statues animate the Southern tradition: “If the Civil War is more alive to…

by | Aug 12, 2019

Last week aging rocker Tommy Lee, who was last relevant in the 1980s as the drummer for the band Mötley…

by | Jul 3, 2019

This Independence Day, many of us will be enjoying good food, good company — and maybe even a good book….

by | Jun 21, 2019

On June 15, 1864 the Army of the Potomac established what became the siege of Petersburg, which acted as the…

by | Apr 29, 2019

Willoughby Run is a stream too small to be called a creek. Trickling southward through the hills of Adams County,…

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