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The Empire State inherited a huge hunk of its soul from the Netherlands
Before antibiotics, tuberculosis was a leading cause of death, a national fixation, and the scourge of artists
Parties have used lame-duck judicial appointments to advance their agendas since Marbury and Madison were pups
Gregory Michno pulls no punches in his assessment of traditional frontier heroes like Crockett and Boone
In 1777, a high-born wife takes her youngsters to North America to find her husband, a German officer fighting under British command. What could go wrong?
While in London, Benjamin Franklin helps foment a plot involving a slave that contributes to the colonies' separation from Great Britain
After 750 attempts to reform or eradicate it, the system remains in place