Social Studies Department Chair and APUSH & APHuG Teacher at Southmoore High School in Moore, OK
“America has a real capital at last,” wrote journalist Harrison Rhodes in March 1918, in the thick of World War I. Although the United States had only joined the war raging in Europe less than a year earlier, those 11 months were enough to transform American politics and its capital city. Gone was the sleepy crossroads capital with its…
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National project aims to connect aging Rosies with their communities. (Thanks! Plain and Simple honors real-life “Rosie the Riveter” women from #WWII.
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This is a guest post by Jim Sanders, a career, now retired, West Africa watcher for various federal agencies. The … (Boko Haram isn’t just a marginal threat to Nigeria’s interests, explains Jim Sanders.
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