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Dispelling The Myths Of Thomas Cromwell – Redux

After a decade of researching the Royal Archives, the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author, Diarmaid MacCulloch has emerged with the most thoroughly researched and complete biography of Thomas Crowell – a polarizing political figure most know for his unwavering service to volatile King Henry VIII, the demise of Anne Boleyn, and his hand in the Reformation. Thomas Cromwell:

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Dispelling The Myths Of Thomas Cromwell

After a decade of researching the Royal Archives, the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author, Diarmaid MacCulloch has emerged with the most thoroughly researched and complete biography of Thomas Crowell – a polarizing political figure most know for his unwavering service to volatile King Henry VIII, the demise of Anne Boleyn, and his hand in the Reformation. Thomas Cromwell:

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Who Created The Turmoil In Iraq?

The “Cradle of Civilization” is a common term for the area comprising modern Iraq as it was home to the earliest known civilization, the Sumerian civilization, which arose in the fertile Tigris-Euphrates river valley of southern Iraq in the Chalcolithic (Ubaid period). It was here in the late 4th millennium BC, that the world’s first writing system and recorded history itself were born. The history of Iraq from then until now is fraught

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Thanksgiving Surprise.

Surprise! Not everyone celebrates Thanksgiving. On the next edition of Life Elsewhere, Professor Francois Grosjean explains what a Bi-Cultural Thanksgiving means. Surprise! Thanksgiving dinner may be the only time families actually sit down together to eat. John Sarrouf of The Family Dinner Project wants to change that. Surprise! You don’t have to eat turkey for Thanksgiving. Dinning expert, restaurant critic and blogger, Jeff

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