Speed Reading

Learn How Effective Speed Reading Works. Speed Reading Techniques, Informative Insights, and Limitations.Do you want to double or triple your reading speed?Do you want to read...

Shays’ Rebellion and the Whiskey Rebellion: The History and Legacy of Early America’s Domestic Insurrections

Even as the young United States successfully secured its independence, the new nation was beset by problems. The drafters of the Articles of Confederation had deliberately avoided...

Saratoga Campaign, The: The History and Legacy of the Revolutionary War’s Turning Point

The American Revolution is replete with seminal moments that every American learns in school, from the “shot heard ‘round the world” to the Declaration of Independence, but...

Frederic Remington: The Life and Legacy of the Wild West’s Most Famous Artist

Many of the first artists in the West were assigned to exploration and geological parties, working as archivists and obedient to demands of cold accuracy. However, a few were...

Rush Limbaugh: The Life and Legacy of the Conservative Political Commentator Behind America’s Most Popular Radio Show

“Greetings, conversationalists across the fruited plain, this is Rush Limbaugh, the most dangerous man in America, with the largest hypothalamus in North America, serving...

Early America’s Forgotten Wars: The History and Legacy of the Overlooked Conflicts that Helped Shape the Young Nation

The history of the United States is to a large extent a history of armed conflict. The nation was first forged in war, a tough fight for independence against one of the world’s...

John C. Fremont: The Life and Legacy of the Legendary American Explorer Known as The Pathfinder

Of all the Americans who became renowned for expeditions to the West, few were as famous – or infamous - as John Charles Fremont, whose work produced some of the region’s most...

Harappa: The History of the Ancient Indus Valley Civilization’s Most Famous City

When one thinks of the world’s first cities, Sumer, Memphis, and Babylon are some of the first to come to mind, but if the focus then shifts to India, then Harappa and...

Yakuza and the Triads, The: The History of Asia’s Most Notorious Transnational Criminal Organizations

A pack of men in sharp, tailored suits and dark sunglasses strut down the street. Their eyes are shielded, but the icy scowl on their faces is a clear sign to stay out of their...

John Moses Browning: The Life and Legacy of the American Gunsmith Who Modernized Automatic and Semi-Automatic Firearms

By the late 19th century, the nature of war weaponry, new naval paradigms and the first imaginings of aviation as a primary component of battle required yet another leap in...

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