Erick Trickey

Storyteller & profiler. Contributor @POLITICOMag @SmithsonianMag. Politics, history, cities, arts, science. Teaching magazine journalism at #BU.

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When America's Most Prominent Socialist Was Jailed for Speaking Out Against World War I
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When America's Most Prominent Socialist Was Jailed for Speaking Out Against World War I
June, 18 2018
The Sweetheart of the American Expeditionary Force
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The Sweetheart of the American Expeditionary Force
June, 5 2018
Inside the Story of America’s 19th-Century Opiate Addiction
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Inside the Story of America’s 19th-Century Opiate Addiction
January, 4 2018
Fake News and Fervent Nationalism Got a Senator Tarred as a Traitor During WWI
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Fake News and Fervent Nationalism Got a Senator Tarred as a Traitor During WWI
October, 19 2017
Inside the Founding Fathers’ Debate Over What Constituted an Impeachable Offense
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Inside the Founding Fathers’ Debate Over What Constituted an Impeachable Offense
October, 2 2017
Where Did the Term “Gerrymander” Come From?
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Where Did the Term “Gerrymander” Come From?
July, 20 2017
The Brief Period, 200 Years Ago, When American Politics Was Full of “Good Feelings”
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The Brief Period, 200 Years Ago, When American Politics Was Full of “Good Feelings”
July, 17 2017
The Woman Whose Words Inflamed the American Revolution
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The Woman Whose Words Inflamed the American Revolution
June, 20 2017
“I Hope It Is Not Too Late”: How the U.S. Decided to Send Millions of Troops Into World War I
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“I Hope It Is Not Too Late”: How the U.S. Decided to Send Millions of Troops Into World War I
June, 12 2017
Why the Colonies’ Most Galvanizing Patriot Never Became a Founding Father
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Why the Colonies’ Most Galvanizing Patriot Never Became a Founding Father
May, 5 2017
George Washington's Congress Got Off to an Embarrassing Start
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George Washington's Congress Got Off to an Embarrassing Start
April, 28 2017
The Prussian Nobleman Who Helped Save the American Revolution
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The Prussian Nobleman Who Helped Save the American Revolution
April, 26 2017
Why Teddy Roosevelt Tried to Bully His Way Onto the WWI Battlefield
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Why Teddy Roosevelt Tried to Bully His Way Onto the WWI Battlefield
April, 10 2017
How Woodrow Wilson’s War Speech to Congress Changed Him – and the Nation
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How Woodrow Wilson’s War Speech to Congress Changed Him – and the Nation
April, 3 2017
FDR Had a Famous Ghostwriter: Orson Welles
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FDR Had a Famous Ghostwriter: Orson Welles
March, 23 2017
The History of “Stolen” Supreme Court Seats
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The History of “Stolen” Supreme Court Seats
March, 20 2017
The Polish Patriot Who Helped Americans Beat the British
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The Polish Patriot Who Helped Americans Beat the British
March, 8 2017
For More Than 150 Years, Texas Has Had the Power to Secede…From Itself
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For More Than 150 Years, Texas Has Had the Power to Secede…From Itself
March, 2 2017
Fred Korematsu Fought Against Japanese Internment in the Supreme Court… and Lost
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Fred Korematsu Fought Against Japanese Internment in the Supreme Court… and Lost
January, 30 2017
In the Darkest Days of World War II, Winston Churchill’s Visit to the White House Brought Hope to Washington
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In the Darkest Days of World War II, Winston Churchill’s Visit to the White House Brought Hope to Washington
January, 13 2017
The Little-Remembered Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution
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The Little-Remembered Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution
January, 13 2017
A Hurricane Destroyed This Louisiana Resort Town, Never to Be Inhabited Again
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A Hurricane Destroyed This Louisiana Resort Town, Never to Be Inhabited Again
January, 4 2017
Chief Justice, Not President, Was William Howard Taft’s Dream Job
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Chief Justice, Not President, Was William Howard Taft’s Dream Job
December, 5 2016
The Origin of the Coney Island Hot Dog Is a Uniquely American Story
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The Origin of the Coney Island Hot Dog Is a Uniquely American Story
June, 30 2016
The Story Behind a Forgotten Symbol of the American Revolution: The Liberty Tree
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The Story Behind a Forgotten Symbol of the American Revolution: The Liberty Tree
May, 19 2016
The Grand Coulee Powers On, 75 Years After Its First Surge of Electricity
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The Grand Coulee Powers On, 75 Years After Its First Surge of Electricity
March, 22 2016
Inside the Intense Rivalry Between Eliot Ness and J. Edgar Hoover
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Inside the Intense Rivalry Between Eliot Ness and J. Edgar Hoover
September, 23 2014
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Erick Trickey is a writer who has produced content for smithsonianmag.com
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White House, New York, United States, World War, Supreme Court, American Revolution, Coney Island, Von Steuben, John Adams, Hot Dog
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