William Katz: The past is blasting again

Bill Katz writes:

One of the joys of professional writing is the chance to go into a library stack and snoop around. Doing research on your own time is great fun, especially when no one sees you. You can try to convince your spouse that you spent the day hunched over a keyboard, bleeding every golden word as you dreamed, “Soon to be a major motion picture.” I don’t know any spouses who believe it, but they play along. They know us. If they wanted to marry dentists, they could have found them.
While researching another piece for Power Line recently, I came across something juicy. It’s the Democratic Party platform for 1864


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