ERA 3: Revolution and the New Nation (1754–1820s)

Essays from This Era

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The Framers’ Coup: The Making of the United States Constitution Michael J. Klarman Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
Treason! David O. Stewart Spring 2012
American Politics at Ten Paces Thomas Fleming Spring 2011
The Imperial Congress Thomas Fleming Fall 2010
The Boyhood Of Alexander Hamilton Dorothie Bobbe June 1955
Wall Street’s First Collapse Thomas Fleming Winter 2009
10 Moments That Made American Business John Steele Gordon February/March 2007
40 More Critical Moments In American Business History John Steele Gordon February/March 2007
What Would The Founders Do Today? Richard Brookhiser June/July 2006
The Self-Made Founder John Steele Gordon April/May 2004
George Washington, Spymaster Thomas Fleming February/March 2000
Thomas Jefferson Takes A Vacation Willard Sterne Randall July/August 1996
The Federal Debt John Steele Gordon November 1995
The Lives Of The Parties Bernard A. Weisberger September 1992
Have Our Manners Gone To Hell? John Strausbaugh September 1991
Understanding The S&L Mess John Steele Gordon February/March 1991
The Founding Wizard John Steele Gordon July/august 1990
The Street Marvin Gelfand November 1987
A Few Parchment Pages Two Hundred Years Later Richard B. Morris May/June 1987
Ten Books That Shaped The American Character Jonathan Yardley April/May 1985
THE BANKING STORY Martin Mayer April/May 1984
Where Have All The Great Men Gone? Richard D. Brown February/March 1984
The Newburgh Conspiracy James W. Wensyel April/May 1981
The Businessman And The Government John Brooks June 1977
America: Experiment or Destiny? Arthur Schlesinger Jr. June 1977
The American World Was Not Made For Me James Thomas Flexner December 1977
“A Representative of America” Arnold Whitridge June 1976
Portrait Of A Hero Robert M. Weir April 1976
The Chief of State and the Chief Gary L. Roberts October 1975
The Fateful Encounter James R. Webb August 1975
The Cantankerous Mr. Maclay Robert C. Alberts October 1974
The Notorious Affair Of Mrs. Reynolds Robert C. Alberts February 1973
The Case of John Peter Zenger Lincoln Barnett December 1971
“A Melancholy Case” Allan L. Damon February 1970
Brotherly Love Among The Founding Fathers Robert C. Alberts August 1968
Verdicts Of History IV: “A Scandalous, Malicious, And Seditious Libel” Thomas Fleming December 1967
Our Two Greatest Presidents Clinton Rossiter February 1959
Home of John Glover Threatened with Demolition Nancy L. Schultz
John Glover and the "Indispensibles" Save Washington Patrick K. O'Donnell
Why Is the American Revolution So Important? Jack D. Warren
The Plight of Massachusetts Loyalists Larry C. Kerpelman
“Boston Harbor a Tea-pot This Night!”  Benjamin Carp
Samuel Adams Starts a Revolution Stacy Schiff May 2023
American Rebels at Sea Eric Jay Dolin Summer 2022
George Washington on September 11, 1776 Karin Abarbanel September/October 2021
Lafayette: A Hero Among Heroes Harlow Giles Unger Summer 2021
Thanksgiving Dinner During The Revolution The Editors November 2020
British Ships Lost in 1780 Hurricanes Edwin S. Grosvenor September 2020
Did Hurricanes Save America? Eric Jay Dolin September 2020
A New Website About Colonial Taverns George Goss Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Rediscovering Hand-Drawn Maps from the American Revolution and the Duke Who Collected Them Edwin S. Grosvenor Summer 2019
Revolution Song Russell Shorto Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
The Battle that Led to Victory at Yorktown Nathaniel Philbrick Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Rethinking the Boston Massacre Eric Hinderaker Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2018
How One Man Launched a Revolution Christine Gibson Spring 2018
A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley Jane Kamensky Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
American Revolutions: A Continental History Alan Taylor Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
Fatal Sunday Garry Wheeler Stone | Mark Edward Lender Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
George Washington, Benedict Arnold, and the Fate of the American Revolution Nathaniel Philbrick Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
Read Portions of Outstanding New Books on the American Revolution Edwin S. Grosvenor
Ethan Allen’s Ill-Fated March on Canada Willard Sterne Randall Fall 2011
With Little Less Than Savage Fury Thomas B. Allen Fall 2010
Drill Master At Valley Forge Alfred Hoyt Bill June 1955
Big Guns For Washington Clay Perry April 1955
The Man Who Didn’t Shoot Washington Reginald Hargreaves December 1955
"The Sparck of Rebellion" Douglas Brinkley Winter 2010
Franklin Charms Paris Thomas Fleming Spring 2010
Patriots Or Terrorists? Edwin G. Burrows Fall 2008
March On Quebec Willard Sterne Randall Fall 2008
George Washington, Founding CEO Richard Brookhiser Spring/Summer 2008
To Plan A Trip W. D. Wetherell April/May 2007
An Arnold Chronology April/May 2007
On The Trail Of Benedict Arnold W. D. Wetherell April/May 2007
The World Turned Upside Down Frederic D. O'Brien October 2006
Time Machine Frederic D. O'Brien October 2006
The Magnificent Fraud Thomas Fleming February/March 2006
After Valley Forge February/March 2006
How The Baron Got His Day February/March 2006
An American In Paris April/May 2005
The Revolution 1776 To 1787 Richard M. Ketchum November/December 2004
France And Us Richard Brookhiser August/September 2003
1775, Two Hundred Twenty-Five Years Ago Frederic D. O'Brien May/June 2000
George Washington, Spymaster Thomas Fleming February/March 2000
The Turning Point Richard M. Ketchum October 1997
America The Ungrateful Robert A. Selig February/March 1997
The Conway Cabal Preston Russell February/March 1995
The Great Traitor Geoffrey C. Ward May/June 1994
The Radical Revolution Fredric Smoler December 1992
The Home Front Oliver Jensen December 1992
Loyalist Refuge Donald R. Canton April 1991
Liberté Egalité Animosité Garry Wills July/August 1989
The Rattle-Snake As A Symbol Of America Benjamin Franklin March 1988
Trenton And Princeton Richard F. Snow December 1987
The First Fourth June 1977
Paul Revere Bernard A. Weisberger April 1977
The Stars And Stripes Forever June 1976
Men of the Revolution: 17. Joseph Reed Richard M. Ketchum June 1976
The Revolution Continues Bruce Catton June 1976
Saratoga Don Troiani December 1975
The Ordeal Of Thomas Hutchinson Bernard Bailyn April 1974
Common Sense Bernard Bailyn December 1973
Addressee Unknown December 1972
England’s Vietnam: The American Revolution Richard M. Ketchum June 1971
“An Agreable Voyage” Mark Halliday June 1970
“A Melancholy Case” Allan L. Damon February 1970
The Treasure of Alnwick Castle Elizabeth C. Cumming | William P. Cumming August 1969
The Trumpet Sounds Again James Thomas Flexner April 1969
A “New And Strange Order Of Men” Edwin A. Hoey August 1968
Benedict Arnold: How The Traitor Was Unmasked James Thomas Flexner October 1967
Firebrand Of The Revolution Alexander Winston April 1967
Battle at Valcour Island: Benedict Arnold As Hero Timothy William Hubbard October 1966
The “Horrid And Unnatural Rebellion” of Daniel Shays Alden T. Vaughan June 1966
“Lady” Knox Diana Forbes-Robertson April 1966
“The Decisive Day Is Come” Richard M. Ketchum August 1962
With Cornwallis At Yorktown The Editors October 1961
The Revolution’s Caine Mutiny Richard B. Morris April 1960
Soldier an a Longboat George A. Billias February 1960
General Clinton’s Dumbbell Code April 1959
‘The Smoke, The Thunder, The Roar Of The Battle…” American Heritage Staff February 1959
For King Or Congress John Lowell Pratt December 1959
The Battle of the Saintes C. S. Forester June 1958
Rebels And Redcoats George F. Scheer | Hugh F. Rankin February 1957
Robert Morris and the “Art Magick” John Dos Passos October 1956
The Good Soldier White June 1956
Burgoyne and America's Destiny Reginald Hargreaves June 1956
America’s Most Imitated Battle Lynn Montross April 1956
Lafayette’s Two Revolutions John Dos Passos December 1956
John Glover and the "Indispensibles" Save Washington Patrick K. O'Donnell
The Student Who Exasperated George Washington Charles S. Clark September 2023
Discovering American History in Britain Sam Edwards Summer 2022
George Washington on September 11, 1776 Karin Abarbanel September/October 2021
George Washington Struggles with Slavery David O. Stewart June 2021
George Washington: “The Tyrant Instead of the Savior of his Country" Lance Banning February/March 2021
Christmas Dinner at Mount Vernon The Editors Winter 2021
A Crisis of Peace David Head Fall 2020 George Washington Prize
Property of the Nation: Washington's Tomb Matthew R. Costello Fall 2020 George Washington Prize
George Washington Invents the Presidency Joseph J. Ellis Winter 2020
The American Presidency Michael Beschloss Winter 2020
The Young George Washington Peter Stark Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Revolution Song Russell Shorto Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
The Indian World of George Washington Colin G. Calloway Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Major Renovation Unveiled at Mount Vernon Edwin S. Grosvenor Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Abraham Lincoln Invents Presidents Day J.M. Fenster Winter 2019
Washington Returns to Mount Vernon James Thomas Flexner Winter 2019
Soldier's Return James Thomas Flexner February 1969
Discovering the First Washington Monument Edward G. Lengel Spring 2018
George Washington: A Life in Books Kevin J. Hayes Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2018
How One Man Launched a Revolution Christine Gibson Spring 2018
Holding Down the Fort Edwin S. Grosvenor Fall 2017
Cover: Gilbert Stuart's Last Portrait of Washington Edwin S. Grosvenor Fall 2017
Shedding More Light on the Founding Era Edwin S. Grosvenor Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
Fatal Sunday Garry Wheeler Stone | Mark Edward Lender Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
The Framers’ Coup: The Making of the United States Constitution Michael J. Klarman Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
George Washington's Journey T.H. Breen Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
Read Portions of Outstanding New Books on the American Revolution Edwin S. Grosvenor
The Black Times of ‘76 David Hackett Fischer Winter 2010
“Impeach President Washington!” Michael Beschloss Fall 2017
An Ignoble Profession Edward G. Lengel Fall 2011
With Little Less Than Savage Fury Thomas B. Allen Fall 2010
The Imperial Congress Thomas Fleming Fall 2010
A Medical Profile Of George Washington Rudolph Marx, M.d. August 1955
Drill Master At Valley Forge Alfred Hoyt Bill June 1955
Big Guns For Washington Clay Perry April 1955
The Man Who Didn’t Shoot Washington Reginald Hargreaves December 1955
George Washington In Love Thomas Fleming Fall 2009
Washington’s Boyhood Home Found The Editors Fall 2008
George Washington, Founding CEO Richard Brookhiser Spring/Summer 2008
Resources November/December 2006
The 3 Faces of George Washington Frederick E. Allen November/December 2006
The Buyable Past David Lander November/December 2006
History Now November/December 2006
The World Turned Upside Down Frederic D. O'Brien October 2006
Time Machine Frederic D. O'Brien October 2006
What Would The Founders Do Today? Richard Brookhiser June/July 2006
The Magnificent Fraud Thomas Fleming February/March 2006
After Valley Forge February/March 2006
How The Baron Got His Day February/March 2006
The Revolution 1776 To 1787 Richard M. Ketchum November/December 2004
Inventing The Presidency Joseph J. Ellis October 2004
Introducing Washington Richard Brookhiser June/July 2002
Eisenhower's Farewell Douglas Brinkley September 2001
Half A Million Purple Hearts Kathryn Moore | D. M. Giangreco December 2000
Presenting The Presidents Donald L. Miller November 2000
George Washington, Spymaster Thomas Fleming February/March 2000
The Sad End of George and Martha Richard Reinhardt February/March 2000
Is Our Civic Life Really In Decline? Michael Schudson October 1999
Saratoga Springs, New York October 1997
America The Ungrateful Robert A. Selig February/March 1997
Thomas Jefferson Takes A Vacation Willard Sterne Randall July/August 1996
Jefferson’s Paris Diana Ketcham April 1995
The Conway Cabal Preston Russell February/March 1995
Clio and the Clintons Carl Sferrazza Anthony December 1994
Nation Of Gamblers J. M. Fenster September 1994
The Warfare State Bruce D. Porter July/August 1994
Palaces Of The People J. M. Fenster April 1994
Build-down T. A. Heppenheimer December 1993
Presidents On Presidents Thomas Fleming November 1992
The Lives Of The Parties Bernard A. Weisberger September 1992
America And Russia, Americans And Russians John Lukacs February/March 1992
Why Benedict Arnold Did It Willard Sterne Randall September/October 1990
The Founding Wizard John Steele Gordon July/august 1990
Washington Mythology James Thomas Flexner February 1990
No Thanks for Thanksgiving Arthur Nielsen November 1989
Liberté Egalité Animosité Garry Wills July/August 1989
Trenton And Princeton Richard F. Snow December 1987
Unexpected Philadelphia John Lukacs May/June 1987
Interview With A Founding Father Garry Wills May/June 1987
A Few Parchment Pages Two Hundred Years Later Richard B. Morris May/June 1987
The High Art Of George Hadfield John Walker August/September 1986
101 Things Every College Graduate Should Know About American History John A. Garraty December 1986
Where Have All The Great Men Gone? Richard D. Brown February/March 1984
Sea Power Confronts The Twenty-first Century Nathan Miller April/May 1983
What Today’s Army Officers Can Learn From George Washington Don Higginbotham February/March 1983
1783 Two Hundred Years Ago December 1983
“The Miraculous Care Of Providence” James Thomas Flexner February/March 1982
Opening China Oscar V. Armstrong February/March 1982
Triumph At Yorktown Jack Rudolph October/november 1981
The Newburgh Conspiracy James W. Wensyel April/May 1981
Decking Columbia’s Walls Catherine Lynn December 1981
The Great Gun Merchant Joseph E. Persico August 1974
George Washington and “The Guilty, Dangerous & Vulgar Honor” Garry Wills February/March 1980
Presidents Emeritus John Whiteclay Chambers II June/July 1979
George Washington’s Beautiful Nelly Donald Jackson February 1977
The American World Was Not Made For Me James Thomas Flexner December 1977
Monmouth Don Troiani August 1976
A Bicentennial Sampler August 1976
Gilbert Stuart, the Man Who Painted Washington James Thomas Flexner August 1976
Men of the Revolution: 17. Joseph Reed Richard M. Ketchum June 1976
“A Representative of America” Arnold Whitridge June 1976
The Great Flu Epidemic of 1918 Joseph E. Persico June 1976
One Night In December December 1976
The Chief of State and the Chief Gary L. Roberts October 1975
The Fateful Encounter James R. Webb August 1975
Three Forgotten Heroes Richard C. Brown August 1975
Men of the Revolution: 14. John Hancock Richard M. Ketchum February 1975
The Miracle That Saved The Union Scarritt Adams December 1975
Last Footnotes October 1974
The Cantankerous Mr. Maclay Robert C. Alberts October 1974
The Most Successful Revolution Irving Kristol April 1974
Men of the Revolution: 12. Richard and William Howe Richard M. Ketchum April 1974
As Well As The Art Of Diplomacy, There Are Also The Arts Of Diplomacy Virginia Cardwell Purdy February 1974
The French Connection J. H. Plumb December 1974
Men of the Revolution: Cornwallis Richard M. Ketchum August 1973
Protégé Of Cornwallis, Guest Of Washington Robert C. Alberts August 1973
Stand-off At White Plains Don Troiani April 1973
Encounter at the Brandywine Richard F. Snow February 1973
A Dearth of Heroes Robert Penn Warren October 1972
Men of the Revolution: 4. Charles Lee Richard M. Ketchum April 1972
George Washington Sat Here … And Here … Mary Sayre Haverstock December 1972
Addressee Unknown December 1972
Gentleman Johnny’s Wandering Army Thomas Fleming December 1972
England’s Vietnam: The American Revolution Richard M. Ketchum June 1971
The Paper Trust Bernard A. Weisberger April 1971
“A Melancholy Case” Allan L. Damon February 1970
From One Humble Servant To Another December 1970
The Trials of Chief Justice Jay Richard B. Morris June 1969
The Trumpet Sounds Again James Thomas Flexner April 1969
The Death Of A Hero James Thomas Flexner December 1969
Benedict Arnold: How The Traitor Was Unmasked James Thomas Flexner October 1967
Providence Rides a Storm James Thomas Flexner December 1967
“Washington At Monmouth” The Editors June 1965
A Visit To Mount Vernon Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz February 1965
How to Get Elected Bernard A. Weisberger August 1964
With Cornwallis At Yorktown The Editors October 1961
Braddlock’s Alumni Robert C. Alberts February 1961
“Shall I Not Take Mine Ease In Mine Inn?” Rudolf A. Clemen June 1960
The Honest Man Peter Lyon February 1959
Our Two Greatest Presidents Clinton Rossiter February 1959
President Washington’s Calculated Risk Dale Van Every June 1958
The Defeat, The Lesson, The Victory William Waller Edwards June 1957
First In Toga, First In Sandals— Margaret French Cresson February 1957
Hats On For General Washington Theodore R. Mckeldin August 1956
The Writing Of History D. W. Brogan December 1954
The Plight of Massachusetts Loyalists Larry C. Kerpelman
Samuel Adams Starts a Revolution Stacy Schiff May 2023
A New Website About Colonial Taverns George Goss Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Revolution Song Russell Shorto Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Private Flohr’s Other Life Robert A. Selig October 1994
The Warfare State Bruce D. Porter July/August 1994
Build-down T. A. Heppenheimer December 1993
The Home Front Oliver Jensen December 1992
Private Flohr’s America Robert A. Selig December 1992
Loyalist Refuge Donald R. Canton April 1991
Why Benedict Arnold Did It Willard Sterne Randall September/October 1990
Revolutionary Village Christopher Weeks April 1989
The Strange Fate Of The Black Loyalists R. D. Eno June/july 1983
Bernardo De Gálvez Thomas Fleming April/May 1982
“The Miraculous Care Of Providence” James Thomas Flexner February/March 1982
Triumph At Yorktown Jack Rudolph October/november 1981
The Newburgh Conspiracy James W. Wensyel April/May 1981
You Are Invited To A Mischianza Morris Bishop August 1974
Men Of The Revolution: 13. John Sullivan Richard M. Ketchum August 1974
The Revolution Remembered April/may 1980
The Philadelphia Ladies Association Mary Beth Norton April/may 1980
A Hessian Visits The Victors: 1783 August/September 1979
Shades Of Rebellion June/July 1979
A Gallant Company February/March 1979
The Imprisonment Of Lafayette James Wesley Baker June 1977
A 1783 Monument To American Independence Makes Sense-but In Yorkshire, England? Maurice Beresford December 1977
Monmouth Don Troiani August 1976
Men of the Revolution: 17. Joseph Reed Richard M. Ketchum June 1976
Portrait Of A Hero Robert M. Weir April 1976
Men of the Revolution: 16. Daniel Morgan Richard M. Ketchum February 1976
One Night In December December 1976
Men of the Revolution: 15. Frederick Mackenzie Richard M. Ketchum October 1975
Battles Of The Revolution Eutaw Springs Don Troiani August 1975
Three Forgotten Heroes Richard C. Brown August 1975
Kosciusko Thomas Froncek June 1975
Men of the Revolution: 14. John Hancock Richard M. Ketchum February 1975
Saratoga Don Troiani December 1975
Flamborough Head Don Troiani October 1974
The Penobscot Fiasco Russell Bourne October 1974
Fort Washington Don Troiani June 1974
Lexington And Concord Don Troiani April 1974
The Most Successful Revolution Irving Kristol April 1974
Men of the Revolution: 12. Richard and William Howe Richard M. Ketchum April 1974
The French Connection J. H. Plumb December 1974
Fort Griswold Don Troiani October 1973
Only One Life, But Three Hangings George D. Vaill August 1973
Men of the Revolution: 9. Israel Putnam Richard M. Ketchum June 1973
Men of the Revolution: 8. John Wilkes Richard M. Ketchum April 1973
Stand-off At White Plains Don Troiani April 1973
The Way It Was-more Or Less E. M. Halliday April 1973
The Last Battle Harry Golden April 1973
Encounter at the Brandywine Richard F. Snow February 1973
Men of the Revolution: 11. George Rogers Clark Richard M. Ketchum December 1973
Men of the Revolution—7. Thomas Paine Richard M. Ketchum October 1972
The Observant French Lieutenant October 1972
Men of the Revolution: 6. Thomas Jones August 1972
Men of the Revolution—5. Frederick, Lord North Richard M. Ketchum June 1972
Men of the Revolution: 4. Charles Lee Richard M. Ketchum April 1972
The Siege Of Quebec, 1775–1776 Michael Pearson February 1972
Gentleman Johnny’s Wandering Army Thomas Fleming December 1972
Men of the Revolution: 2. Thomas Gage Richard M. Ketchum October 1971
Americans As Guerrilla Fighters: Robert Rogers And His Rangers Jake T. Hubbard August 1971
Men of the Revolution: 1. Dr. Joseph Warren Richard M. Ketchum August 1971
Voices Of Lexington And Concord Richard Wheeler April 1971
Men of the Revolution: 3. Nathanael Greene Richard M. Ketchum December 1971
This Hollowed-out Ground Carl Carmer June 1967
“Lady” Knox Diana Forbes-Robertson April 1966
Harold Murdock’s “The Nineteenth Of April 1775” Arthur Bernon Tourtellot August 1959
“We Shall Eat Apples Of Paradise…" Bruce Ingham Granger June 1959
Myth On The Map Lou Ann Everett December 1958
The Sergeant Major’s Strange Mission George F. Scheer October 1957
Banneker’s Answer to Jefferson: “I Am an American” Edward J. Larson Fall 2023
“Most Blessed of the Patriarchs” Annette Gordon-Reed | Peter Onuf Special Issue - George Washington Prize 2017
Humboldt in America Eleanor Jones Harvey Winter 2021
Jefferson and the Declaration Peter Onuf Winter 2020
Attempted Impeachment of Thomas Jefferson Lance Banning February/March 2021
Jefferson’s Daughters Catherine Kerrison Fall 2019 - George Washington Prize Books
Monticello Robert A.M. Stern Fall 2017
A Moose for the Misinformed: Jefferson and Natural History Mark Coburn Summer 2017
Patrick Henry Smells a Rat Paul Aron Summer 2017
Treason! David O. Stewart Spring 2012
Jefferson on the Bible Philip Kopper Fall 2011
The Imperial Congress Thomas Fleming Fall 2010
July 4 In 1826 L. H. Butterfield June 1955
Compromise 2: Missouri, Slave Or Free? Daniel Walker Howe Summer 2010
Compromise 1: Philadelphia Story Joseph J. Ellis Summer 2010
Did Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson Love Each Other? Annette Gordon-Reed Fall 2008
George Washington, Founding CEO Richard Brookhiser Spring/Summer 2008
Second-term Blues Kevin Baker August/September 2006
What Would The Founders Do Today? Richard Brookhiser June/July 2006
The Perilous Afterlife Of The Lewis And Clark Expedition Anthony Brandt June/July 2004
1776 225 Years Ago Frederic D. O'Brien July/August 2001
Children of Monticello Lucian K. Truscott IV February/March 2001
Intimate Enemies Joseph J. Ellis September 2000
Is Our Civic Life Really In Decline? Michael Schudson October 1999
Tom And Sally And Frank And Me Lucian K. Truscott IV February/March 1999
“There Isn’t Any Such Thing As The Past” Roger Mudd February/March 1999
Jefferson’s Shame? May/June 1998
If Lewis And Clark Came Back Today Dayton Duncan November 1997
What Made The Government Grow Bernard A. Weisberger September 1997
Making Sense of the Fourth of July Pauline Maier July/August 1997
Thomas Jefferson Takes A Vacation Willard Sterne Randall July/August 1996
Jefferson’s Paris Diana Ketcham April 1995
Nation Of Gamblers J. M. Fenster September 1994
Friends At Twilight Joseph J. Ellis May/June 1993
Jefferson’s Second Home Wayne Fields April 1993
The Radical Revolution Fredric Smoler December 1992
Presidents On Presidents Thomas Fleming November 1992
The Lives Of The Parties Bernard A. Weisberger September 1992
Groping Toward Democracy Harrison E. Salisbury February/March 1992
Naming A Justice Hiller B. Zobel October 1991
The Organized President Jack McLaughlin July/August 1991
Understanding The S&L Mess John Steele Gordon February/March 1991
The Founding Wizard John Steele Gordon July/august 1990
The Public Schools And The Public Mood February 1990
The Wimp Factor Bruce Curtis November 1989
Liberté Egalité Animosité Garry Wills July/August 1989
The American Christ Patrick Allitt November 1988
Sexual Complications of the Presidential Kind Geoffrey C. Ward May/June 1988
Lost Horizon Wayne Fields April 1988
How History Made The Constitution Hiller B. Zobel March 1988
The Street Marvin Gelfand November 1987
A Few Parchment Pages Two Hundred Years Later Richard B. Morris May/June 1987
101 Things Every College Graduate Should Know About American History John A. Garraty December 1986
“The Wall of Separation” Richard B. Morris August/September 1984
The Lawn: America’s Greatest Architectural Achievement James Marston Fitch June/July 1984
THE BANKING STORY Martin Mayer April/May 1984
Where Have All The Great Men Gone? Richard D. Brown February/March 1984
Digging Up The U.S. Robert Friedman August/september 1983
Age Of The Octagon August/september 1983
Fear Of The City 1783 To 1983 Alfred Kazin February/March 1983
The Ten Best Secretaries Of State… The Editors December 1981
The Fragile Memory Charles R. Ritcheson December 1981
The U.S. vs. International Terrorists Gaddis Smith August 1977
Carving The American Colossus E. M. Halliday June 1977
The American World Was Not Made For Me James Thomas Flexner December 1977
Pronounce It “callaradda,” Son Grace Lichtenstein October 1976
Thomas Jefferson’s Unknown Grandchildren Fawn M. Brodie October 1976
Commitment To Posterity August 1976
“A Representative of America” Arnold Whitridge June 1976
Cathcart’s Travels Liva Baker June 1975
Kosciusko Thomas Froncek June 1975
The Cantankerous Mr. Maclay Robert C. Alberts October 1974
As Well As The Art Of Diplomacy, There Are Also The Arts Of Diplomacy Virginia Cardwell Purdy February 1974
A Letter From Lord Macaulay February 1974
Vanishing Heritage June 1973
A Dearth of Heroes Robert Penn Warren October 1972
The Great Jefferson Taboo Fawn M. Brodie June 1972
Science, Learning, And The Claims Of Nationalism Henry Steele Commager April 1972
The Great Jefferson Controversy Letters to the Editor December 1972
American Gothic Wayne Andrews October 1971
Thomas Jefferson And Maria Cosway Charles B. Van Pelt August 1971
"Consensus Politics,” 1800–1805 Louis W. Koenig February 1967
Verdicts Of History IV: “A Scandalous, Malicious, And Seditious Libel” Thomas Fleming December 1967
The Question Is: How Lost Was Zebulon Pike? Donald Jackson February 1965
Thomas Jefferson Gourmet Jean Hanvey Hazelton October 1964
How to Get Elected Bernard A. Weisberger August 1964
Nature’s God and the Founding Fathers E. M. Halliday October 1963
“I Gave Him Barks and Saltpeter...” Paul Russell Cutright December 1963
Jack Jouett’s Ride Virginius Dabney December 1961
Builder for a Golden Age John Dos Passos August 1959
Jefferson and the Book-burners Henry Steele Commager August 1958
Lafayette’s Two Revolutions John Dos Passos December 1956
Adams Appoints Marshall Gordon S. Wood Winter 2010
The Giants of American Conservatism Clinton Rossiter October 1955
Franklin Charms Paris Thomas Fleming Spring 2010
Intimate Enemies Joseph J. Ellis September 2000
Making Sense of the Fourth of July Pauline Maier July/August 1997
Friends At Twilight Joseph J. Ellis May/June 1993
Presidents On Presidents Thomas Fleming November 1992
Unexpected Philadelphia John Lukacs May/June 1987
101 Things Every College Graduate Should Know About American History John A. Garraty December 1986
Where Have All The Great Men Gone? Richard D. Brown February/March 1984
Sea Power Confronts The Twenty-first Century Nathan Miller April/May 1983
The Fragile Memory Charles R. Ritcheson December 1981
Do We Care If Johnny Can Read? Anthony Brandt August/September 1980
The U.S. vs. International Terrorists Gaddis Smith August 1977
The First Fourth June 1977
The American World Was Not Made For Me James Thomas Flexner December 1977
Commitment To Posterity August 1976
“A Representative of America” Arnold Whitridge June 1976
Benjamin Franklin’s Years In London Joan Paterson Kerr December 1976
Men of the Revolution: 14. John Hancock Richard M. Ketchum February 1975
The Cantankerous Mr. Maclay Robert C. Alberts October 1974
The Ordeal Of Thomas Hutchinson Bernard Bailyn April 1974
Common Sense Bernard Bailyn December 1973
The Spies Who Went Out In The Cold Neil R. Stout February 1972
A Mere Woman Gene Gleason December 1972
Business Of The Highest Magnitude Robert C. Alberts February 1971
The Death Of A Hero James Thomas Flexner December 1969
How to Get Elected Bernard A. Weisberger August 1964
Black Jack’s Mexican Goose Chase Leon Wolff June 1962
“Then and there the child Independence was born" Richard B. Morris February 1962
“Whatever You Write, Preserve” L. H. Butterfield April 1959
The Constitution: Was It An Economic Document? Henry Steele Commager December 1958