American Heritage Nov 1990 Author:Society Of American Historians and American Association For State & Local History Connecting With Eastern Europe by John Lukacs -- Americans have always sympathized with the Eastern European countries in their struggles for democracy, but for two centuries we haven't been able to help much. Do we have a chance now? A distinguished expatriate looks at the odds. — How British Are You? An interview with David Hackett Fischer ... more »by Bertram Wyatt-Brown -- Very. The legacy of British traits in America is deeper and more significant than we knew. The author of a controversial new book explains how ancient patterns of life in Shropshire and the Midlands have continued to influence the way we live our lives and see our world.
From The Greek by Alexander O. Boulton -- In its majesty and in its simplicity, the Greek Revival house seemed to echo America's belief in the past and hopes for the future.
What Does History Have To Say About The Persian Gulf? by Fredric Smoler -- From the moment Saddam Hussein rolled over Kuwait, people have been trying to read the future in the Middle East by looking to the past. No recent crisis has produced more historical analogies--are we facing another Munich? A Gulf of Tonkin? A historian examines the record.
Life & Times: Grant and Sherman: "We Were As Brothers" by Geoffrey C. Ward
In The News: Flap Over The Flag by Bernard A. Weisberger