In electing a new president, American voters may finally have put that claim to rest by choosing someone who does not accept the nation's historic mission.
As a method it presents both challenges and rewards, as the sources are not confined to the library or an archive.
In the process of interviewing, the historian is confronted by sources that speak, think, remember, forget and recount—human beings.
Spring 2020 Instructor: James Traub syllabus Tuesday, - p.m. Note: conflicts with Opportunity Programs Freshman Colloquium (Thursday, - a.m.) and spring General Chemistry I Lecture (Tuesday and Thursday, - a.m.).
From the moment of its birth, the United States has told a story about itself: that it was not simply a nation among nations but a beacon of democracy and individual freedom.