Weekends are for reruns and sources are hell

Emory defines fraud - Fraud includes "the omission in publications of conflicting and/or non-conforming observations of data." Can your favorite ACW author pass that fraud test?

The strange citational habits of Pulitzer-winner Stephen W. Sears * Sears' treatment of sources vs. Mark Snell's

McClellan's so-called letters to his wife: How fraudulent are they? * Historians "add value" to GBM's "letters"

Welcome to ACW history, where we have moved completely beyond sources! Sources lie, sources distort, sources misrepresent; you had better abandon sources.

Got source trouble? Watch Columbia's master storyteller rough up an impertinent source.