A few things on-line that caught my attention this week:
Join the “Way of Improvement Leads Home” on Facebook.
Are newspaper articles too long? Michael Kinsley thinks so.
Joseph Bottum on American exceptionalism and American religion.
Bald Blogging interviews Amy Bass on her new book on W.E.B. DuBois.
Marc Bosquet continues his comments on the production of Ph.Ds in history.
Thomas Frank on GOP populism.
Is Guitar Hero ruining rock and roll?
James Fallows on how America can rise again.
Historically Speaking on teaching historians how to write.
The trials of historian Tony Judt.
History News Network”s coverage of the AHA.
Was Alexander Hamilton denied communion?
A Palestinian-American and Jewish-American–teammates on Princeton’s women’s basketball team.
Brad Hirschfield: Brit Hume meant well.
Speaking of Faith on the meaning of intelligence.
Apply for the Patrick Henry Fellowship at the C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience.