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William Hogeland

William Hogeland is the author of books on the U.S. founding period and a collection of essays on public history, including Autumn of the Black Snake and The Whiskey Rebellion.

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The National Statuary Collection announced the unification of the former slave economy’s emotional heartland with the heart of national government.

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As soon as there was a Constitution, fights about its meaning began.

William Hogeland
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Repeatedly in U.S. history, liebralism and populism have defined themselves by rhetorical rejection of the other.

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In response to Sanford Levinson’s critique of Constitutional Conventions.

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Public history should make us think.

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Pete Seeger, William F. Buckley, Jr., and public history.

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Alexander Hamilton’s national vision was far more troubling than his promoters acknowledge.

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Hamilton was hardly the hero or scholar invoked by Nussbaum.

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