It has been my pleasure to collaborate with James D. Agresti on a fact finding mission concerning one of the most significant and controversial American Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson. The article can be found here. Aside from the article, I posted my own historian opinion

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As of this past December, I now hold a Master of Arts in History. That means I am qualified to teach history at the college level, but not the high school level in the State of Alabama at this time (it’s alright, laughing is a

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In the heat of the mass media moment, there is a chance you overlooked the most disturbing revelation of recent weeks: Lack of mental discipline in America. Journalists have conflated allegations and hearsay with criminal conviction. A state auditor has compared 1970s dating habits to

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Perhaps one reason why it is easy to fall out of the habit of personal journaling is that we ascribe more emotional energy to it than it requires. If we assume every entry needs to be an eloquent and thorough reflection on the day’s events,

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