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A Rebuke to Reappearing Tyranny~April 1859~1st to 12th

A Rebuke to Reappearing Tyranny ~ Abraham Lincoln

Attorney Lincoln, his eyes on the 1860 presidential election, sends his regrets to Boston for not attending the Jefferson Day dinner. 2,034 more words

Daily History

People's History: The Bread and Roses Strike of 1912

Last class we discussed the exciting history of the Industrial Workers of the World. We read the “Proclamation of the Striking Workers of Lawrence” (posted below) in class. 1,739 more words

People's History: Los San Patricios

There was a short discussion in class this past Thursday over this image. The question was asked, “What does this flag have to do with Black history?” The answer of course, is that this flag was flown by the St. 336 more words

The trauma of war and the importance of civilian accounts

My mother’s turmoil breaks my heart. She is most definitely suffering the effects of post traumatic stress disorder. Every single day those three torturous years consume her and leave a puncture in her soul. 957 more words

Family History

Radical History is Important; Ruling Class Propaganda History is Not

What is history but a collage of cherry picked, biased bits of information, glued together out of the perspective of the author for whatever ends, be it for propaganda or historical record or both.  372 more words

Political

The world that I envision is one in which national
boundaries no longer exist, in which you can move from one
country to another with the same ease in which we can move…

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Quotes

Sinews of Power and Those Power Forgot

A Call to the Most Bland and Boring Pieces of Paper You’ve Ever Skipped Over in the Archives

Vouchers! Receipts! Bills of exchange!

The paperwork of empire, particularly that of credit and finance, is probably not what gets most of us up in the morning. 932 more words

Opinion