Tag Archives: history

  1. Would the “Real” Publius Agree? The Founders’ Intent and the Lost Art of Pragmatism

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    July 21, 2011 by Daniel Stack

    I’ve flirted with the idea of abandoning the “Publius” alias for my blog. One of the things I dislike is …
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  2. Reflections on Martin Luther King Day

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    January 17, 2011 by Daniel Stack

    I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and …
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  3. Virginians Who Fought to End the Confederacy

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    April 8, 2010 by Daniel Stack

    The news of war, and the possibility of Negroes enlisting as soldiers was truly a step closer to the answering …
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  4. Goodbye and Good Riddance to the Big Zero

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    December 31, 2009 by Daniel Stack

    It was a decade with zero economic gains for the typical family. Actually, even at the height of the alleged …
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  5. Victory or Death – Washington Crosses the Delaware

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    December 25, 2009 by Daniel Stack

    THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink …
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  6. Watching the World Wake Up From History

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    November 9, 2009 by Daniel Stack

    I was alive and I waited waited I was alive and I waited for this Right here, right now, there …
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  7. Revisiting Herbert Hoover

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    September 27, 2009 by Daniel Stack

    The time when the employer could ride roughshod over his labor is disappearing with the doctrine of ‘laissez-faire’ on which …
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