SOURCE: Simon and Schuster (Special to HNN)
He was intrigued by the entry noting that in 1721 Boston was hit by a devastating small pox epidemic. (Interview)
by M. Andrew Holowchak
The evidence shows a gap between his approbation of a free press and his experience with it.
by Harold Holzer
It’s always an ominous sign.
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That new man in the White House needs to be made aware that the job he occupies is a Bully Pulpit—and not a Bullying Pulpit.
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