While every American rejoices over the solidarity of the Republics of North, South, and Central America in the face of the common
enemy of mankind, few realize that this is a consummation that fits in with Thomas Jefferson's concept of the "Ame [...]
Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1858. By Albert J. Beveridge, 2 vols. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Company. $12.50.
The writing of his biography of Lincoln was a revelation to Albert J. Beveridge, the author. He had been engaged for a year in intensive research [...]
Recently I took up for a rereading that charming and illuminating work, "The Endless Adventure," the monumental masterpiece of the brilliant Scotch historian and philosopher, Frederick Oliver, dealing with the Walpolean period of English hi [...]
It is commonly agreed that Thomas Jefferson was the most consummate politician in American history. It is the boast of his followers; and his enemies concede it with a smirk, intended to convey the impression that the man who wrote the Declarati [...]