The Man Who Thought He Was Napoleon

“Fascinating. . . . Murat’s analysis, informed by extensive archival research, shows how difficult it is to disentangle the intricate connections that link individual sensibility and imagination to the currents of history...

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Hardhats Hippies and Hawks

The Journal of American History includes a review of Penny Lewis's Hardhats, Hippies, and Hawks: ‘This book offers a powerfully argued response to a thesis about working-class conservatism and the Vietnam War that posits that members of the working class were so alienated by hippie protestors’ appearance, tactics, and lack of patriotism that they rallied around the U...

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