[R]ather than these meetings being a foreign experience, it was familiar. I never tried to persuade people; I always wanted them to persuade me. People called me “Jane Goodall” because I took notes furiously and furrowed my brow. It’s not a move that a lot of scholars would make, to go and just listen.It's not?
Tuesday, November 02, 2010
History of American elections
Posted by Christopher Moore
2010 is a lot like 1910 (I confess he loses me amid his Buffs and Blues), and Jill Lepore, who does the 18th century, tells the history blog Religion in American History about discussing with Tea Party enthusiasts how the original American revolution compares to the one they aspire to.