His reputation obscures a complex man haunted by tragedy
History is full of misnomers that, like it or not, we are stuck with. Columbus, understandably confused about where he was, thought the people he encountered in the Bahamas were “Indians.” Like it or not, they have been ever since.
Frick lawsuit threatens historians' ability to present all sides of a subject.
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In his own time there raged about Andrew Carnegie, as about any man who pushes his head above the crowd, many a controversy.