On the evening of Labor Day, September 7, I’ll be giving a virtual talk and answering questions about Union: The Struggle to Forge the Story of United States Nationhood and the central issues therein: the ongoing battle for the United States’s soul between a white supremacist ethno-national vision for the country and a civic nationalist one centered on the ideals in the federation’s founding statement, the Declaration of Independence.
The talk, originally intended to be in-person, is hosted by the Jesup Memorial Library in Bar Harbor, Maine in conjunction with the League of Women Voters – Downeast, Sherman’s Bookstores, and Acadia Senior College and kicks off at 7pm. It’s free and open to the public, but you do need to register here.
Signed copies of Union and some of my other books are available for online order, shipping, or pickup from Sherman’s in Bar Harbor.
The following night, September 8, I’ll be speaking about Maine’s backstory (and The Lobster Coast) via the Schoodic Institute in Winter Harbor, Maine.
I speak again about Union, virtually and free to the public, via the Boston Athenaeum on September 23.