Tag Archives: Washington Post

A Monumental Discussion: Julie Mujic

As the events in Charlottesville were taking place, I finished reading a new book by Washington Post journalist Steven Levingston called Kennedy and King: The President, the Pastor, and the Battle over Civil Rights. Levingston offers a chronological narrative focused … Continue reading

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The Presidents’ War

I’ve been spending time with an interesting and highly readable book by Chris DeRose called The Presidents’ War: Six American Presidents and the Civil War that Divided Them. These days, former presidents tend to keep their noses out of the … Continue reading

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Stevenson Ridge in the Washington Post

We’ve told you about our upcoming Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, August 15-17. If you’re looking for a little more info about Stevenson Ridge, check out the travel section of today’s Washington Post. It features a great story—including … Continue reading

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