American Heritage Feb-Mar 1998 Author:Society Of American Historians and American Association For State & Local History Texture Of Time by John Lukacs -- An audacious attempt to tell the story of our century by retrieving the subtlest nuances of the past. — Schlesinger's Syllabus by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. -- The historian picks the baker's dozen books most indispensable to understanding America. — Paradise Lost? by Frederick Smoler -- An interview with Michael ... more »Elliott. Have Americans really slidden backward since the sunny, prosperous years after WWII?
Is Lincoln Here? by Harold Holzer -- A stereo view discovered in a California flea market may show the President-elect embarked on a momentous journey.
All That Glittered by Richard Reinhardt -- Save only for the Civil War, what happened after a carpenter glimpsed a flash of yellow 150 years ago was the biggest story of the nineteenth century.« less