June/July 2003

Volume 54
Issue 3


It’s the most purely American food-and that’s maybe the
only thing about it everyone agrees on

How a patch of ground forged a man’s future, stole a part of his soul, and gave it back to him 30 years later

America’s most impressive historic survivors just may be our taverns—because they’ve had to do it all on their own, by offering you exactly the same kind of comfort they did your great-grandfather

The Model T Ford made the world we live in. On the 100th anniversary of the company Henry Ford founded, his biographer Douglas Brinkley tells how.

June/July 2003


History Happened Here

History Now

In the News

Letter From the Editor

My Brush With History

The Business of America

Time Machine