By James W. Hulse
By James W. Hulse
By Stephen McDowell,Mark A. Beliles
By Vincent L. Burns
By Jay Monaghan
The writer permits a brand new examine Quantrill's sacking of Lawrence, geared up bushwhackery, and border battles that expense hundreds of thousands of lives. now not the least invaluable are chapters at the American Indians’ half within the clash. The list turns into devastatingly transparent: the battling within the West was once the harshest and such a lot lifeless of the entire affair, and if males of imaginative and prescient have been in Washington within the 1850s it could were avoided.
By Schenectady County Historical Society
By Edward Countryman
Many contend that it's the American Revolution that defines us as americans. Edward Countryman provides the reader the opportunity to discover this inspiration because it is mirrored within the African American experience.
By James H. Fetzer
By Ron DeSantis
Using severe basic assets just like the debates on the Constitutional conference and The Federalist Papers, Ron DeSantis identifies the $64000 ideas that the Founders relied upon once they created the structure and demonstrates how Obama and his allies have notably departed from them. On factor after issue—the scope of presidency, the redistribution of wealth, the position of the courts, political management, and international affairs, between others—Obama has chartered a direction that's alien to the Republic’s philosophical foundations.
America is at a constitutional crossroads. Obama’s imaginative and prescient rests seriously on innovative suggestion and the plethora of left-of-center political impacts that experience educated his worldview, and portends a decidedly much less unheard of the United States, an the United States extra equivalent to governments all through Europe, during which the country, instead of the person, is supreme.
Such a imaginative and prescient is a miles cry from the desires bequeathed to us through the Founding Fathers, who created a structure in response to enduring truths approximately person liberty and the function of presidency. The electorate’ selection among those competing visions will outline the nationwide personality for a iteration and, possibly, irrevocably. Alexander Hamilton’s remark within the Federalist No. 1, concerning the scenario in his time, is both apt to our time: “The hindrance at which we're arrived may possibly with propriety be considered as the period within which that call is to be made; and a unsuitable election of the half we will act could, during this view, should be regarded as the overall misfortune of mankind.”
By Captain Henry Clark Bridgers,Robert Pittman,Ronald Kemp
By Madonna Jervis Wise