Krull, Kathleen

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The Unpopular Ones
Fifteen American Men and Women Who Stood Up for What They Believed In
By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
(Sky Pony Press)
Slavery is wrong. Women can be doctors. Women can wear pants. These are truths that most Americans today would agree are unambiguous. But there was a time in this country when each of those statements resulted in vicious criticism. When she wore pants, Amelia Bloomer was a “hussy,” subjected to jeers... [READ MORE]
Rage in the Streets
A History of American Riots
By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
(Sky Pony Press)
Why do people riot? From the Boston Massacre in 1770 to the Los Angeles riots of 1992, mob violence in the United States is often sparked by unjust court decisions, unfair taxes, unpopular wars, the fear of unemployment, and racial and ethnic prejudice. But there are also seemingly senseless riots over... [READ MORE]
They Made a Revolution
The Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution
By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
(Sky Pony Press)
The founding fathers and mothers of the United States were not, as history often makes them out to be, stuffy cardboard figures of virtue and nobility. They Made a Revolution introduces them as the real people they were—complete with their inevitable flaws and weaknesses. Through their letters, diaries,... [READ MORE]
Winners and Losers
How Elections Work in America
By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
(Sky Pony Press)
Winners and Losers is a timeless exploration of a subject relevant to today’s youth that will inspire young readers to get involved. Jules Archer shares the accessible and entertaining history of elections and political parties in America. He explores topics such as:Are political parties in America really... [READ MORE]
Extremists
Gadflies of American Society
By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
(Sky Pony Press)
“Extremism tends to flourish in times of crisis,” writes Jules Archer. It comes in all shapes and sizes and attaches itself to various causes. You can find extremism at the beginning with the founding fathers, extremists in the eyes of the British government and you can most definitely find it today.... [READ MORE]
Resistance
By Jules Archer, Foreword by Kathleen Krull
(Sky Pony Press)
Is resistance un-American? How far should resistance go? Courage and desperation have sparked instances of resistance since the dawn of civilization. Jesus, Thoreau, Gandhi, and Martin Luther King resisted the nonviolent way. Here for the record is a remarkably full discussion of instances of twentieth-century... [READ MORE]
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