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American Revolution museum coming to Philadelphia will display Washington's wartime tent

A new museum dedicated to America’s struggle for independence will take its place a few blocks from Independence Hall in Philadelphia — and in history. The Museum of the American Revolution will open its doors April 19 on the anniversary of the shot that set off the revolution in 1775. Former Vice...

Inside the new Museum of the American Revolution

18 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Museum of the American Revolution in Philly opens in wake of the hit musical 'Hamilton.'        

Philly, Yorktown: Tale of 2 American Revolution museums

yesterdayNews : USAToday: News

Two new museums: Who owns the story of the birth of our nation?        

Continental Hall: 1924

Washington, D.C., circa 1924. "Memorial Continental Hall, 17th Street N.W." National headquarters of the Daughters of the American Revolution. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

Painting of George Washington's March to Valley Forge installed at Museum of the American Revolution

6 days agoArts : Artdaily

From textbooks to postage stamps and post cards, William Trego?s ?The March to Valley Forge, December 19, 1777? is one of the most reproduced ? and recognizable ? images commemorating the Revolutionary War. The iconic work was recently installed at the Museum of the American Revolution and will be on display when the Museum opens on April 19. Show More Summary

New MRU video on American stasis

Here are the other videos in the Complacent Class series. The post New MRU video on American stasis appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

Paul Craig Roberts Warns "Revolutions Are Bloody, But So Is Doing Nothing"

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Graeme MacQueen, a university professor in Canada, calls attention to the American left’s inability to exercise imagination with regard to the reports of the Warren Commission and the 9/11 Commission.Show More Summary

How American democracy could slowly fade away

If the world's oldest democracy comes undone in the 21st century, it won’t be through revolution—it will be through neglect The post How American democracy could slowly fade away appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Jane Kamensky Wins Historical Society Book Prize

“A Revolution in Color” looks at the American Revolution through the patriotic portraits of John Singleton Copley, a British loyalist.

How Shale Is Reshaping The World: Three New Wars

Via The Gavekal USA Team, We recently met with geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan to discuss world events since the American election and his new book, “The Absent Superpower: The Shale Revolution and a World without America.” In the...Show More Summary

The Director of HBO’s Cries From Syria on What He Wants American Viewers to Draw From the Film

In a scene near the end of the documentary Cries From Syria, young protesters demonstrate against the Assad regime: Political change in Syria will come, they cry “with flowers, with flowers!” Six years in, that peaceful revolution is a bloody civil war, flowers and olive branches lost to machine guns ... More »

Beatles: Eight Days a Week

2 weeks agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

There are only four great American stories: the American Revolution, when the country liberated itself from a monarchy; the Civil War, when the country was made whole; World War II, when the country saved the world from totalitarianism; and the...       Related Stories Three Beatles Cover Albums 9 Box Sets You Deserve American 'Rubber Soul' Rules  

Americans feel unsafe sharing the road with driverless cars

No one wants to share a lane with a driverless car in case the robot revolution breaks out. Continue reading Americans feel unsafe sharing the road with driverless cars Americans feel unsafe sharing the road with driverless cars originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 09 Mar 2017 16:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

An American cultural revolution is killing cookie cutter homes — here’s what homebuilders are selling instead (PHM)

The cookie-cutter neighborhood is an iconic American symbol of suburbia — the architecture is uniform, the lawns manicured, the colors drawn from the same palate. Facades of the houses may vary, but local kids immediately know where to find the bathroom or kitchen when entering a neighbor’s home, since it’s structured exactly like their own. Show More Summary

The Polish Patriot Who Helped Americans Beat the British

Thaddeus Kosciuszko engineered the colonial defenses in some of the Revolution's most critical battles

The Madness Of King Trump

At TomDispatch.com today, Rebecca Gordon writes about “American carnage” resulting from forever wars across the globe. Her article references King George III, the “mad king” of Britain during the American Revolution, which raises an interesting point. Show More Summary

The Republic Strikes Back

The Trump revolution is primarily a re-emergence of the American republic. Take a look at the history.

Founding Fathers Take Part in 'Wild Satanic Orgy' on FOX’s New Comedy ‘Making History’

FOX’s new show Making History premiered Sunday with a much different take on the American Revolution than we’re taught in schools.

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