Grant’s presidency is often overlooked, but his accomplishments around civil rights are getting more consideration from historians.
During the Great Depression, Communists took to the streets to fight racism, poverty, and injustice. Among them were Black women.
The wildly popular books helped people understand farming and health through the movement of the planets, in a way compatible with Protestantism.
For cultural and geographical reasons, the city was a great place to find bodies to dissect. But there was also the matter of one well-connected doctor.