The Florida governor’s long-ignored 2011 work, Dreams From Our Founding Fathers, reveals a distinct vision of American history and how it should influence the present.
In a new book by Pekka Hämäläinen, a picture emerges of a four-century-long struggle for primacy among Native power centers in North America.
The question is which vision of America it’s being used to advance.
The sixth president, long derided as a hapless elitist, is suddenly relevant again 250 years after his birth.
Unlike Sean Wilentz suggests in The New York Times, the Constitution was not originally anti-slavery.