Brad Snyder’s new book The House of Truth is part intellectual history and part biography.
“Perry’s skewering of evolutionary rationales to explain and justify gender inequalities should keep us going for a while.”
“. . . leaves no stone unturned in providing a taut narrative of this important era of modern European history . . .”
Among historians certainly, it has been axiomatic that control of the authority and power of the Federal government was maintained by the so-called Southern plantation aristocracy for the first 75
Since its 2015 publication, Ari Berman’s Give Us the Ballot has received near universal acclaim, including Notable or Best Book of the Year status from The New York Times, The
“well-organized, splendidly written, and compelling . . .”
On July 4, 1866, George Bailey Loring gave a speech. He spoke about the founding fathers, and what they did not do.
“. . . a brilliant example of how the format can inspire and educate.”
This entertaining and well-structured book is an ethnography of the New Domesticity movement which the author sees as sweeping America.
“. . . we as historians are in debt to the life and work of Dr. Lewis.”
As an historian, this reviewer found reading Notes on a Century an unexpected pleasure.
“. . . very helpful in understanding Lincoln’s attitude as politician and as president toward race.”
“Peace, They Say makes us consider the complexity of war and peace.
“Those who share Dr. Foley’s ‘admiration and respect for the movement’ will find this book invigorating.
“‘Heterosexuality is historically constituted,’ she concludes, ‘and for now we believe in it. And this, too, shall pass.’”
“President Clinton goes on to make an extremely detailed list of 46 steps government could take to make our society and our economy function better.
“A Convenient Hatred is a profoundly authoritative resource for educators.
“Beyond classrooms, general readers will likely find a few of the selections compelling and the rest boorish and preachy.