We Stand Corrected!
Reader Paula Prince questioned the accuracy of a photograph we published in our December 2018/January 2019 issue that purported to show suffrage leader Matilda Joslyn Gage among a group of suffrage demonstrators (Letters, FI, April/May 2019). Prince argued that the clothing depicted was inappropriate for the claimed date of 1876; she argued that the photo …
Two subtle lines of evidence appear to verify that the anonymous and anti-monarchical Junius Letters of 1769–1772 were penned by none other than Thomas Paine.
Dares God—and Lives to Tell the Tale
Though many have been falsely accused of daring God to strike them dead, those who really attempt the exercise invariably survive it.