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Decorating your Home with Books – Part 2

“Fill your house with stacks of books, in all the crannies and all the nooks.” — Dr Seuss. Many people …  

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Decorating your Home with Books – Part 1

Calling all book lovers. Books are not only for reading or getting lost in the story, but you can also …  

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Mirror Synesthesia: Blurred Lines Between the Self and the Other

Mirror Synesthesia

Introduction Sympathy and empathy are integral components of the human experience. To comprehend the emotions of others from your own …  

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Private Rail Travel in the US Part 2, “Land Yachting”- Luxury Private Rail Cars

Private Rail Travel

Before the age of the luxury car and the “Jet Set”, there was the era of private railroad travel. The …  

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Private Railroad Travel in the United States

Although trains can sometimes be seen as a more antiquated form of travel, the fact is that millions of Americans …  

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Are Most Writers Introverts?

Writing is a craft that shapes most of our society. Writers create the content that fills websites, blogs, newspapers and …  

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U.S. War Plan Black

In the world of historical fiction, one subset that has always been popular is the “what if” scenario. Wars are …  

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U.S. War Plan Orange

War Plan Orange was part of a series of color-coordinated contingency plans. War Plan Orange was specifically outlined by the …  

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Opposition to US Involvement in World War II Prior to Pearl Harbor – Part 2 of 2

Though few think of what World War II would have been like without the US’s role in the war, there …  

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No War: How the Public Opposed U.S. Intervention in WW2 – Part 1 of 2

These days, it’s hard to imagine a time when the United States didn’t want to participate in World War 2. …  

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Decorating your Home with Books – Part 2

“Fill your house with stacks of books, in all the crannies and all the nooks.” — Dr Seuss. Many people …