New York, NY (January 25, 2012) —According to Carol Berkin, editor of History Now and Presidential Professor of History at Baruch College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, “From the Puritans’ determination to create ‘a city upon a hill,’ to the utopian communities of the early nineteenth century, to the communes created by twentieth-century ‘hippies,’ the goal has been to establish a new social order that will improve upon the status quo.” In thirtieth issue of History Now,

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New York, NY (July 18, 2011)—The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History has announced the recipients of the 2011 Scholarly Fellowships. This year’s ten fellows represent a range of institutions from across the United States and will pursue focused research at American history archives in New York City.

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