by Walter G. Moss
Unless we in the USA acknowledge not only the heroic, but also heinous deeds of our past, we will fail to face our future with the courage needed to overcome such ills as racism and our present political polarization.
SOURCE: Boston Magazine
The Pulitzer Prize–winning historian wants the nation to remember its better angels—and hopes his latest book might jog our memory.
SOURCE: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The author will recount the story through generations of extraordinary families that explored and settled the Northwest Territory. The book will be published by Simon & Schuster in 2019.
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