Rick Shenkman, editor-in-chief of the History News Network, published a book entitled Just How Stupid Are We?
What does HNN stand for?
HNN stands for History News Network (George Mason University)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He is 34 and was recently named one America's top young historians by the History News Network.
Ron Briley, himself embodying a kind of connection as both a history teacher and the assistant headmaster at an Albuquerque prep school, put it most eloquently in a piece published February 1 by the History News Network.
A recent History News Network poll found that 61 percent of historians rated him the worst president ever.
Its projects include a September 11 Digital Archive and a History News Network, and the Hurricane Digital Memory Bank that includes blogs and podcasts related to hurricanes Katrina, Wilma and Rita.
I am certain that parental alienation--by which one parent poisons a child against the other--is a real and painful problem," writes individualist feminist Wendy McElroy on the History News Network website.
The piece was also discussed on the History News Network Web site http://hnn.
See the comments of Rick Schenkman, editor of the History News Network reproduced below.