A few things online that caught my attention this week:
Andrew Hartman on neoconservatives and social progress
Sean Patrick Adams reviews Jessica Lepler, The Many Panics of 1837: People, Politics, and the Creation of a Transatlantic Financial Crisis
Images of insanity in history
A bibliography of race, riot, and rebellion in American history
The National History Center on The History Manifesto
The Confederacy still lives in Brazil
David McCullough on writing
What kind of books did colonial Virginian's buy?
Heather Cox Richardson on rioting as an American tradition
The Pietist Schoolman visits Messiah College
Guidelines for digital scholarship in history
Thomas Kidd on why the Southern Baptist Convention was right to cancel a Ben Carson event.
An opportunity for the National Council on Public History
John McGreevy reviews Kevin Kruse, One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America
Matthew Milliner on evangelicals who explore "the depths of Catholic and Orthodox traditions."
More on capitalism and slavery
The most unique McDonald's in the world
An anti-Semitic lynching in 1915
Alexander Hamilton's "Christian Constitutional Society"