Monthly Archives: April 2016

Violent Loss Network – May 1, 2016

Originally posted on Survivors of Violent Loss:
Violent Loss Newsletter, May 1, 2016 News you can use … (scroll down to see all) Contents will vary somewhat month to month. As we close out this month, our contents include: Resource…

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Question of the Week: April 18-24, 2016

Civil War: an “Irrepressible Conflict” or product of “Blundering Generation”? Emerging Civil War For this week’s Question of the Week, Phill Greenwalt asks: Do you think the Civil War was an “Irrepressible Conflict” or the product of “a Blundering Generation”? View … Continue reading

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Pay Them Gratitude and Respect: Remembering the Civil War’s Prisoners of War

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Slinging Insults in the Confederate State House

You think politics is uncivil today? Take a look back: Emerging Civil War Judah Benjamin            (photo courtesy wikipedia) Things got testy in the U. S. Congress in the years before the war. Most of us know … Continue reading

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6 Hard Truths Every Writer Should Accept

I couldn’t have said this much better myself, so I am passing this along . . . There are a few hard truths I feel every writer should accept. The sooner you accept them, the sooner you’ll stop obsessing about … Continue reading

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Civil War Generals’ Sex Quiz

See how much you really know about the Civil War . . . Emerging Civil War Here’s a little April 1st tomfoolery for you. Prepare to get sassy with your morning coffee: the Civil War Generals’ Sex Quiz:  View original post … Continue reading

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