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All the Founding Fathers of America celebrated independence, but what the word meant depended on who was speaking.
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How the nation responded to an earlier attack
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Re-fighting the Battle of Gettysburg
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If Latin died in our mouths, we'd just stop talking.
Even for Christian Combat Veterans, No Easy Answers
What two recent films get right, and what they miss.
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A provocative collection of essays for the black silent majority.
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Perhaps war really is hell.
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Why this role is a key piece to develping the next generation of leaders in your church.
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Shays's Rebellion describes a time when revolution was no longer cool
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Don't call my correspondence with Bad Religion's Greg Graffin a debate.
How to Serve Time
There is a Christian way to study the past without weakening the truth.
Saint Teddy?Subscriber Access Only
"Yes, Roosevelt paid the usual presidential respects to Christianity, but didn't show much explicit personal devotion to it."
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An Imperfect God examines George Washington and slavery
Theodore RexSubscriber Access Only
Is popular history getting a bad rap?
America's Homegrown Islam—and Its ProphetSubscriber Access Only
The strange story of Elijah Muhammad, leader of the Nation of Islam and onetime mentor of Malcolm X.
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Former Nixon aide John Dean attempts to rehabilitate the reputation of Warren G. Harding.

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