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Welcome to Flawed History. As a teacher I used to have a YouTube channel with this same name. The idea was to have pseudo documentaries with three “flaws” or mistakes that the student would have to figure out. 196 more words


Steve Berry's 'The 14th Colony' Introduces An Interesting Loophole in the 20th Amendment [REVIEW]

Steve Berry’s The 14th Colony, the new Cotton Malone thriller, is intriguing from beginning to end. The novel opens as Stephanie Nelle, the Justice Department’s director of the Magellan Billet Agency, comes to terms with facing redundancy as the new President of the United States is sworn into office. 397 more words


Washington's Presidency: How the Revolutionary War Shaped the Executive Branch

By Lindsay M. Chervinsky

George Washington wrote to his close friend, Henry Knox, on April 1, 1789, as he prepared to leave his beloved Mount Vernon for New York City to be sworn in as the first President of the United States. 1,116 more words

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William Henry Seward Papers Go Online

The papers of William Henry Seward and his family are now online. “Seward is often remembered for his role in the US purchase of Alaska. 45 more words

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