Historian Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy dispels the commonly-accepted myth of British incompetence and explores how the Americans achieved their surprising victory.
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Renowned historians relive the military struggles during the 1864 battles for the Wilderness—including Sheridan’s Ride, The Crater, and Jubal Early’s Raid on Washington.
Professor Randall Kennedy examines the origins, designs, and consequences of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Three Civil War experts re-imagine the power and impact of the neglected battle of Fredericksburg.
Distinguished scholars shed new light on the Underground Railroad, elevating it from folklore to sweeping history.