Erick Trickey

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

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Mary Katharine Goddard, the Woman who Signed the Declaration of Independence
November, 14 2018
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When America's Most Prominent Socialist Was Jailed for Speaking Out Against World War I
June, 18 2018
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The Sweetheart of the American Expeditionary Force
June, 5 2018
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Inside the Story of America’s 19th-Century Opiate Addiction
January, 4 2018
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Fake News and Fervent Nationalism Got a Senator Tarred as a Traitor During WWI
October, 19 2017
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Inside the Founding Fathers’ Debate Over What Constituted an Impeachable Offense
October, 2 2017
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Where Did the Term “Gerrymander” Come From?
July, 20 2017
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The Brief Period, 200 Years Ago, When American Politics Was Full of “Good Feelings”
July, 17 2017
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The Woman Whose Words Inflamed the American Revolution
June, 20 2017
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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
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Why the Colonies’ Most Galvanizing Patriot Never Became a Founding Father
May, 5 2017
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George Washington's Congress Got Off to an Embarrassing Start
April, 28 2017
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The Prussian Nobleman Who Helped Save the American Revolution
April, 26 2017
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Why Teddy Roosevelt Tried to Bully His Way Onto the WWI Battlefield
April, 10 2017
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How Woodrow Wilson’s War Speech to Congress Changed Him – and the Nation
April, 3 2017
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FDR Had a Famous Ghostwriter: Orson Welles
March, 23 2017
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The History of “Stolen” Supreme Court Seats
March, 20 2017
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The Polish Patriot Who Helped Americans Beat the British
March, 8 2017
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For More Than 150 Years, Texas Has Had the Power to Secede…From Itself
March, 2 2017
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Fred Korematsu Fought Against Japanese Internment in the Supreme Court… and Lost
January, 30 2017
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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
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The Little-Remembered Ally Who Helped America Win the Revolution
January, 13 2017
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A Hurricane Destroyed This Louisiana Resort Town, Never to Be Inhabited Again
January, 4 2017
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Chief Justice, Not President, Was William Howard Taft’s Dream Job
December, 5 2016
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The Origin of the Coney Island Hot Dog Is a Uniquely American Story
June, 30 2016
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The Story Behind a Forgotten Symbol of the American Revolution: The Liberty Tree
May, 19 2016
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The Grand Coulee Powers On, 75 Years After Its First Surge of Electricity
March, 22 2016
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Inside the Intense Rivalry Between Eliot Ness and J. Edgar Hoover
September, 23 2014
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United States, White House, New York, World War, Supreme Court, American Revolution, Coney Island, Von Steuben, John Adams, Hot Dog
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