Current Affairs and History

Welcome to my blog site, Perspectives on History. The purpose of this site is to view current affairs from the perspective of history. In it, I will examine issues that are currently being debated in the United States and show parallels to other periods. I welcome all comments and posts to this site and will respond to them.

The site is also being used to promote my new book, The Emergence of One American Nation. See my blog about the book, and summaries of reviews that have been received. The book is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble in both a paperback version and as an ebook.


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