By the end of the war, the majority of Americans believed that establishing a nation-state constituted a betrayal of the Cause.
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy, born into a wealthy Massachusetts family, was the first and only Roman Catholic president of the United States.
According to popular belief, George Washington, the Revolutionary War's famous leader, led the Colonies to an unlikely triumph against the tyrannical British monarchy and its onerous taxation. However, as Nathaniel Philbrick writes in…
Mike Duncan, author who previously investigated the Roman Republic in The Storm Before the Storm, highlights the Marquis de Lafayette's life in this enthralling biography.
Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard tackle their most contentious subject yet in the tenth installment of their multimillion-selling Killing series with The Mob.
A community center, a co-op, a post office, and a depot—these are the sacred locations where evil ideas emerge in Icelandic novelist Jón Kalman Stefánsson's imagining of a churchless coastal hamlet. Summer Light, and Then Comes the Night,…