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Peter Haugen's books include "Was Napoleon Poisoned? And Other Unsolved Mysteries of Royal History," "World History for Dummies," and "Biolo

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Acrophobic's Lament (with apologies to John Masefield)

I must go up to the roof again, to the cold roof and the eaves And all I ask is a sunny day, when the rain won’t wet the leaves And the blower’s whirr through the crisp fall morn makes the foliage flutter And the damp aluminum gleams revealed as I clear the gutter. I must go up to the roof...

Vietnam Vet Politicians Fading into History

In the 2012 U.S. national election, none of the four major party candidates for president and vice-president had a military service record. It was the first time this had happened since 1932. It was also an indicator that, barring the unforeseen, no Vietnam veteran will ever be president.

Woody Guthrie's Best Known Song Was Made For You And Me

In this centennial year of Woody Guthrie (born in 1912), as tributes to the iconic American folksinger abound, the story of how his best-loved song came to be is worth repeating. Although a spate of recent recordings of dozens of his songs by contemporary artists, remastered reissues of his...

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