David McCullough’s 5 (And More) Lessons For History Students

Great stuff from a fine writer and historian. I just finished McCullough’s 1776, and it’s everything popular history should be: vivid, gripping, detailed, and with a sharply defined sense of people, place, and incident.

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“Don’t do boring.” Good advice!

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