Even the most obscure events in history have their own story to tell for posterity’s edification.
Almanac is an inviting, almost cozy word. For example, The Old Farmer’s Almanac evokes a folksy image of sitting by the fireside planning spring planting.
The tale and toll of man’s inhumanity to man is a long, complex, and tragic one, especially when it comes to bondage, slavery, involuntary servitude—call it what you like.
“. . . should be required reading for anyone seeking insider insight . . .”
(Viking Press, May 4, 2010.