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Disunion

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On June 10, 2015
Sadly, the New York Times Disunion series has come to an end. I was hoping it would continue into Reconstruction, as the union was not exactly reunited immediately when the war ended and in many ways Reconstruction is as important as the Civil War for understanding modern America. Of course, the series was really at […]

The Opium Power

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On December 10, 2014

The aftermath of the Civil War brought on America’s first drug epidemic. The massive amount of pain caused by the war, both spiritually and physically, led to a wave of opium usage. Dealing with

Hand-Egg

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On June 14, 2014

P.S. I am not a crank. One of my all-time favorite letters to the editor of @nytimes (1909) pic.twitter.com/Z68ddCocyJ — Adrienne LaFrance (@AdrienneLaF) June 14, 2014 Has anyone ever published

NYT Opinion

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On June 4, 2014

I hope I don’t know anyone who thinks the New York Times opinion page is so valuable that they will subscribe to it alone. I know reading about Maureen Dowd getting stoned, Nic Kristof pretendin

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