Our trip to the American Antiquarian Society was extremely beneficial to the increased understanding of the history of media and communications in America. Learning about certain books, pamphlets, and other types of print is one thing, but actually having the ability to interact with these over 200-year-old artifacts was incredibly special to me. 935 more words
Mr. Hugh Curtler shares many of my posts, and today I am sharing this one from him, titled ‘The Relevance of Thomas Paine.’ It is proof that good ideas never outlive their usefulness, just as the writings and ideas of Thomas Paine have survived and thrived throughout the centuries and still have relevance for us today. Thank you, Hugh, for this post and for allowing me (albeit implicitly, since I didn’t actually ask this time) to share.