April 1973

Volume 24
Issue 3

Features 

Veblen’s ideas on the effect of wealth on behavior were penetrating, original and, to the dismay of his contemporaries, highly uninhibited.

One day in 1869 the gentlemen of the territorial legislature amused themselves by enacting the first woman-suffrage law. They trusted in a veto from the governor

Second in a series of paintings for
AMERICAN HERITAGE

THE MAKING AND BREAKING OF CODES AND CIPHERS HAS PLAYED AN EXCITING AND OFTEN CRUCIAL PART IN AMERICAN HISTORY

April 1973

Departments 

POSTSCRIPTS TO HISTORY

READING, WRITING, AND HISTORY