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Thoughts on the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

I’ve become thoroughly depressed by current events lately, so I’ve decided instead to go back to reading more American history. I’ve always respected the men and women of the founding generation: their bravery and fierce independent streak laid the foundation for the America we know today, for better or worse. 764 more words

America – A Short Story (ver 2.0), by Centinel

Another lesson in obscure history. Few Americans know who the Federalists were or what they stood for. Fewer still know who the Anti-Federalists were or what they stood for. 279 more words


In France, in 1804, when the Civil Code was rammed through, non-elected Prefects answered directly to the central authority in Paris and ran their departments with the help of the dreaded Fouché police. 1,097 more words

World Of Credit

America, a Short Story, by Centinel

This is actually a fairly long story by blogging standards, and well worth reading. It’s a perspective on American history that let’s just say is unavailable in virtually all American schools, public or private. 381 more words


For some, progress means abandoning the Courts

We often hear about the great progress being made in the Essian Commonwealth, but there is a hidden demon in our ranks that has hurt the Courts, activity, and the County of Beiwing. 602 more words


Alexander Hamilton

Kids Can Make a Difference! When it comes to history, even kids, teens, and young adults can play an important role.  Check out this famous American to learn more hero. 127 more words

American Revolution

Alexander Hamilton: Paragon or Devil

The final paper for my current grad class required an expansion, via literature review and inclusion of additional primary sources, of a previous paper. My expanded… 9 more words