Monthly Archives: October 2012

Lincoln’s Legacy, the Emancipation Proclamation, and Modern Slavery

This wasn’t the review I thought I was going to write. But in answering the last question of the evening, Allen Guelzo reminded the audience that ‘Emancipation has a past and a present. A past, that we are right to … Continue reading

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Making It Up As They Went Along

One of my favorite teaching subjects is the settlement of the Jamestown colony. Oh, how the students get a kick out of the haplessness of the first Virginians. Just take a look at who ventured across the Atlantic in the … Continue reading

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