SOURCE: Law & Liberty
by George H. Nash
The award-winning historian's reflections on the writing and teaching of history offer a master class in the scholar's art.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
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Epps doubts that Alexander Hamilton could foresee the consequences of an electoral college.
SOURCE: The New York Review of Books
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A brief history of John Winthrop and the misconceptions of "A City on a Hill".
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