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1776: A man, his war, and their year

1776 by David McCullough is not a new book — it was published in 2006 — but I just got around to reading it, enjoyed it, and wanted to say a few words about it. But first my David McCullough story. You probably don’t know Scotty MacNeish (aka Richard Stockton MacNeish), but you should. He…
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US Politics / Conservative : Power Line

(Scott Johnson) I read A Stillness at Appomattox when I heard David McCullough describe its impact on him. McCullough had majored in English at Yale and received the book as a graduation present in 1955. Reading this one of Bruce Ca...

Researchers Apologize For Writing "Derpy" In A Paper

Academics / Neuroscience : Neuroskeptic

It appears that memes and science don't mix well. A pair of researchers have published an apology in a peer-reviewed journal - for using the word "derpy" in an earlier paper. In April 2016, Archives of Sexual Behavior published a pi...

Weekend picks for book lovers: Don Winslow's corrupt cop thriller 'The Force'

Entertainment / Music : USAToday: Books

Spend your weekend reading 'The Force' by Don Winslow. Plus we like 'Behold the Dreamers' by Imbolo Mbue and David Sedaris' 'Theft by Diaries.'        

Reflections on the American Revolution (Part I of II)

US Politics / Conservative : RedState

I’ve recently been reading a fair amount on the American Revolution, especially David McCullough’s 1776 (which should be required reading for every American). The more you read of the Revolutionary War, the more there is to learn, e...

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Academics / Political Science : Chris Blattman's Blog

The March, by E.L. Doctorow. Reread one of my favorite novels and enjoyed as much or more the second time. Follows Sherman’s march through Georgia through various characters. 1776, by David McCullough. A history of the year of Ameri...

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