Spring 2009

Volume 59
Issue 1


A Soldier-Humanist Fights a War for Peace in North America

The journeys 400 years ago of a French and Dutch explorer would forever alter the history of North America

The Women Airforce Service Pilots seemed strange and exotic to World War II America. In fact, not even the military could quite fiqure out what to do with them.

What would Martin Luther King Jr.—had he been alive today—thought of our latest president’s oratory?

Henry Hudson’s First American Adventure

The country’s financial hub has a long history of lying, cheating, and stealing