The Mountain Between Us Book/Movie Review

The Mountain Between Us is a story about survival with a splash of romance. In this story, two people fight for their lives and fall in love along the way. Waking up from the aftershock of a plane crash, they were injured and stranded in negative temperatures at peaked elevation. They had nothing but the …

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A Review of “The End of Reform” by Alan Brinkley

Alan Brinkley was born in Washington D.C. on June 2, of 1949. His parents are Ann Fischer and David Brinkley. Alan Brinkley is a professor at Columbia University.  He has taught there for over twenty years. He has written on the marks of World War I and the Great Depression in his work. In his time, …

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A Review on “A Short History of Reconstruction” by Eric Foner

Eric Foner was born in New York City, New York. He was born on February 7, 1943. His mother’s name is Lisa. His father Jack D. Foner was a historian who dedicated himself to the Trade Union Movement campaign for the civil rights of African Americans. Foner says that his dad was his first, great …

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