American Heritage Jul-Aug 1991 Author:Society Of American Historians and American Association For State & Local History Life & Times: Of Douglas MacArthur by Geoffrey C. Ward — The Organized President by Jack McLaughlin -- When Jefferson wanted a job done right, he did it himself. — Meida & The Military by Peter Andrews -- It's been a long, acrimonious road from Bull Run to Basra. Sometimes the press has the upper hand; sometimes the generals do. But the basic ar... more »gument never changes.
Present At The Apocalypse by Larry Englemann -- Jan Wollett was on the last flight out of a crumbling Da Nang in 1975.
Cold Mine by Susan S. Bean -- Ice was priceless in Calcutta, and a forture awaited the man who figured out how to get it there.
Seeking The Greatest Bluesman by Samuel Charters -- Robert Johnson died in obscurity in 1938. Only recently have the facts of his short, tragic life become known.
Pride Of The Prairie by Alexander O. Boulton -- At the turn of this century a new form of residential architecture rose from the American heartland.
Business Of America: Farthest Fall by John Steele Gordon
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