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Aug 16, 2011

More Noted Things

Karen Abbott, "If There's a Man Among Ye: The Tale of Pirate Queens Anne Bonny and Mary Read," Past Imperfect, 9 August, tells the story of two pirate queens.

François Furstenberg, "Real Estate and the American Revolution," Slate, 15 August, reviews Willard Sterne Randall's Ethan Allen: His Life and Times.

Mary Anastasia O'Grady, "The Lost Century," WSJ, 13 August, reviews Enrique Krauze's Redeemers: Ideas and Power in Latin America.

A Symposium on The Help:
Manohla Dargis, "‘The Maids' Now Have Their Say," NYT, 9 August
Association of Black Women Historians, "An Open Statement to the Fans of The Help"
Valerie Boyd, ""The Help," a feel-good movie for white people," ArtsCriticATL.com, 11 August
Lauren Kientz Anderson, "Anyone seen/read ‘The Help?'" U.S. Intellectual History, 12 August
Tomiko Brown-Nagin, "‘The Help': Historians Criticize an Autobiographical and (A)historical Novel, Legal History, 15 August
David Denby, "Maids of Honor," New Yorker, 16 August
Melissa Harris-Perry, MSNBC

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James Wright, "Bearing the Cost of War," Foreign Affairs, 8 August, argues that taxes should have been raised to sustain the cost of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Wright is, I think, undoubtedly right. 

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