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Abraham Lincoln never let himself forget that he stood on the shoulders of the American Founders.
The immigration crisis of 1620.
Heroes and history in an ideological age.
The right to property is the key to preserving limited republican government.
Howard Zinn's polemical history of the United States is distorted, manipulative, and dishonest.
Burying the myth of the noble savage.
The framers understood political parties to be necessary instruments of republican government.
Rick Atkinson's Revolutionary War trilogy looks fair to become the standard account of the war that brought the American Republic into being.
The contributions of America’s original populists were overshadowed by the brilliant response of their adversaries.