Tag Archives: United States/General

The Three Roosevelts

by James MacGregor Burns

“A remarkable volume. [Burns and Dunn] have pulled apart, and then rewoven, the threads of a family that reshaped the last century and whose…

Old World, New World

by Kathleen Burk

“This stunning and important work is destined to become the benchmark study of this topic for many years to come.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Neither Snow Nor Rain

by Devin Leonard

Few institutions are as loved, as loathed, and as historically important as the United States Post Office, the subject of this landmark century-spanning social,…

Land of Lincoln

by Andrew Ferguson

“Ferguson’s story, a fascinating collection of his reporting, is about us as much as Lincoln. It is a vibrant and consistently surprising account that…

Harlem

by Jonathan Gill

“[A] panoramic history . . . Gill blends high-density research, political and cultural sophistication, and narrative drive to produce an epic worthy of its…

Elvis Presley Boulevard

by Mark Winegardener

Elvis Presley Boulevard chronicles the trip we’ve all taken — or wanted to take — into the country that confounds its admirers and delights…

Citizen Tom Paine

by Howard Fast

“Howard Fast has taken a figure out of American history and by the inten­sity of his emotional sympathy and intellectual response has made him…