Monthly Archives: June 2014

Quotation of the Day: Arthur Schlesinger on Historical Revisionism

“But others, especially in the United States … represent what American historians call “revisionism” — that is a readiness to challenge official explanations. No one should be surprised by this phenomenon. Every war in American history has been followed in due … Continue reading

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Marching Masters: Get Your Signed Copy Today!

If you would like a signed copy of my book, you can get one direct from me for $30, which includes shipping. Payment will be made via media mail once payment is received. Should you wish to contact me about … Continue reading

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The Strange World of Bobby Bare, Jr.

By Colin Woodward On Memorial Day weekend, Bobby Bare, Jr., played the White Water Tavern for the first time. I was surprised to hear it was his first show at this legendary Little Rock venue. In any case, I had … Continue reading

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Writing a Book, Part II: The First Review

By Colin Woodward In my last post about Marching Masters, I discussed the early stages of writing a book, which involved much research. After the research comes the writing, a discussion of which I will have to skip this time. … Continue reading

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