What if Lincoln didn't abolish slavery? What if an assassin succeeded in killing FDR in 1933? This volume presents 25 intriguing qwhat if...q scenarios by some of today's greatest historical minds-including James Bradley, Caleb Carr, James Chace, Theodore F. Cook, Jr., Carlos M.N. Eire, George Feifer, Thomas Fleming, Richard B. Frank, Victor Davis Hanson, Cecelia Holland, Alistair Horne, David Kahn, Robert Katz, John Lukacs, William H. McNeill, Lance Morrow, Williamson Murray, Josiah Ober, Robert L. O'Connell, Geoffrey Parker, Theodore K. Rabb, Andrew Roberts, Roger Spiller, Geoffrey C. Ward, and Tom Wicker.Aedes aegypti takes a holiday, 1802 As we have seen in Theodore K. Rabba#39;s essay about Charles I, disease can be ... What if these epidemics had never happened, had broken out at a slightly different time or in a form less severe? ... out a French army in Haiti in 1802 and presented the young United States, just twenty years after the Revolutionary War, with a ... Duel: Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and the Future of America; and most recently, The New Dealera#39;s War: Franklin D.
|Title||:||What If? II|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2002-10-01|