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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.
The National Statuary Collection announced the unification of the former slave economy’s emotional heartland with the heart of national government.
Hamilton was hardly the hero or scholar invoked by Nussbaum.
Chief Justice John Roberts and Associate Justice Elena Kagan on the steps of the Supreme Court
As soon as there was a Constitution, fights about its meaning began.
Repeatedly in U.S. history, liebralism and populism have defined themselves by rhetorical rejection of the other.
In response to Sanford Levinson’s critique of Constitutional Conventions.
Public history should make us think.
Pete Seeger, William F. Buckley, Jr., and public history.
Alexander Hamilton’s national vision was far more troubling than his promoters acknowledge.
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