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Paul H. Belz

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Paul H. Belz is a lifelong Baltimore bachelor and a graduate of Loyola University Maryland and The Johns Hopkins University. He taught high school history, American government, and economics for ten years, coached basketball for twenty years, operated a real estate company and a securities firm and has had an enduring passion for photography and writing.

His books include:

The Monster Lincoln: The Lies My Schools Taught Me; a 55,000-word essay about the Lincoln mythology.

Mallwalking; A book of essays about fascinating characters encountered while mallwalking over a period of decades.

Wisdom to Go;A collection of 550 proverbs, maxims, axioms, aphorisms and adages which comprise a philosophy of life.

The American Opus; an epic historical romance
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THE BEST WHITE FRIENDS THE SLAVES HAD

The following list is not all-encompassing but includes 28 of the best white friends the slaves had. Five in bold type were the most instrumental in bringing about legal emancipation. Long-time Ebony Magazine editor, Martin Luther King, Jr. biographer, and historian Lerone Bennett, Jr. calls the generation between 1830 and 1860 perhaps the greatest generation of white people America has had. A Read more of this blog post »
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