The “memory paintings” of a lady now ninety-four celebrate the life of rural Texas as it was when she grew up there
Roosevelt, like Lincoln and Wilson, died fighting for his ideals.
America’s greed for oil has drastically upset the ecological balance of Alaska’s North Slope, and the end is not in sight
You are conducting secret peace talks with the enemy in the midst of an unpopular and interminable foreign war. The American field commander is throwing every obstacle in your path. Then, just as the talks are getting somewhere, the President orders you home. What do you do now?
ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS
Death, hunger, disease, and suffering from bitter cold or sweltering heat were common experiences on the dozen British prison ships in New York harbor during the Revolution.
“In terms of change in American attitudes and American values, these last five years have surely been the crucial ones in the quarter century since V-J Day. And these changes seem of such a magnitude that every American except the very young, the very empty, and the very enclosed must now, to some extent, feel himself a foreigner in his native land”