In 1926, the Army Corps of Engineers said they were in a position to protect the entire Mississippi valley. It was classic hubris.
Clinton's new book is a personal memoir about her campaign as well as a 'cautionary tale' about Russian interference in the election.
'The Americans were not simply ruthless and brutal,' says James R. Arnold, author of 'The Moro War.' Pershing was tough, but also embraced a gentler American approach that focused on hearts and minds.
Aldiss helped shape and elevate the science fiction genre, but he recognized its mutability.
Americans make the mistake of imagining that earthquakes are a West Coast problem, says Miles.