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The History of Health and Medicine in America

As editor and publisher of The Saturday Evening Post magazine, Dr. Cory SerVaas brought a passion for health and prevention to the publication. A journalist and physician, Dr. Cory interviewed some of the world’s leading scientists, physicians, and researchers, translating complex material into easy-to-read and understand articles. You can read some of Dr. Cory fascinating […] ... More

Bizarre History

Experience a book-full of fun, scandalous, and strange historical anecdotes—with all the boring bits removed. ... More
McCullough

History Lessons

America is failing to teach its youngest citizens the vital stories of the birth and growth of our nation. What can we do about the problem of ‘historical illiteracy’? An interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning author David McCullough. ... More
President Kennedy signs documents in the Oval Office. © SEPS 2013

A Surprisingly Popular Presidency

Despite political opposition–and a few arguable failures in policy and tactic–John F. Kennedy remained a popular, well-regarded president throughout his short term in office. Archivist Jeff Nilsson explains why. ... More
Paul A. Nilsson, Col., US Army, as a Captain in Guadalcanal.

Regarding “A Turning Point in the Solomons”

Stephen A. Dombrowski, USAFA (Ret.) offered a much appreciated comment on this article: Thank you for a balanced, thoughtful and insightful piece. I believe that, even with Normandy, Iwo and the Bulge, the Canal was the seminal moment, the tipping point, for our victory in the Pacific, a war we (the United States) won alone. […] ... More
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