From the Desk of Carol Gelderman: James A. Wormley, States’ Rights, and the Federal Government

  Carol Gelderman is a Distinguished Professor of English at the University of New Orleans. She has written eight books, including A Free Man of Color and His Hotel (Potomac Books, 2012). James Wormley, the free man of color of the book’s … Continue reading From the Desk of Carol Gelderman: James A. Wormley, States’ Rights, and the Federal Government

From the desk of Matthew Oyos: Practicing War—Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Maneuver

Matthew Oyos is a professor of history at Radford University in Radford, Virginia. He is the author of In Command: Theodore Roosevelt and the American Military (June 2018). Missiles, nuclear weapons, and summit meetings have fastened the world’s attention on the … Continue reading From the desk of Matthew Oyos: Practicing War—Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Maneuver