Monthly Archives: April 2012

“4-F: Charles Bukowski and World War II”

By Colin Woodward I recently gave a talk in Boston at a conference for pop culture scholars. The subject was Charles Bukowski’s contrarian take on World War II. While I am first and foremost a Civil War historian, there other … Continue reading

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A Cult within a Cult (Note: This is Not a Review of “A Rebel Born”)

By Colin Woodward The other day in Barnes and Noble, I came across a book called A Rebel Born: A Defense of Nathan Bedford Forrest by Lochlainn Seabrook (Sea Raven Press, 2010). The book, which weighs in at a hefty … Continue reading

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