American Heritage Apr-May 1981 Author:Society Of American Historians and American Association For State & Local History Newburgh Conspiracy by James W. Wensyel -- Only the harried commander of the Continental Army stood between mutiny and the most important principle of the infant nation--the supremacy of civilian rule. — William Randolph Hearst's Monastery by Robert M. Clements, Jr. -- He could build castles at his whim, but the ancient home of a small band of mo... more »nks defeated him.
After The Air Raids by John Kenneth Galbraith -- An insider's account of a startling--and still controversial--investigation of the Allied bombing of Germany.
Memories Of Peace & War by Robert S. Gallagher -- Interview with General Maxwell D. Taylor.
Central Park by Walter Karp -- The miraculous birth--and still more miraculous survival--of Manhattan's most precious acreage.
Yankee Tarzan by Gerald Carson -- When Joseph Knowles stripped to the buff and slipped into the Maine woods in 1913, he hoped to lead the nation back to nature.
Lord Bryce by Louis Auchincloss -- Few men--foreign or native born--have ever understood us better than this infinitely curious, inveterate visitor from England.
Now & Then: American Dream by Anthony Brandt« less