Roy Maynard

Roy is a former WORLD reporter.

Books: Dueling politicians

Books | In the historical mystery of Hamilton and Burr, the real difference was getting right with God
by Roy Maynard
Posted 8/15/98, 12:00 am

The central question addressed by author Arnold Rogow in A Fatal Friendship: Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr is the question historians have asked for two centuries now: What terrible thing did Alexander Hamilton say that pushed Aaron Burr into issuing the challenge to a duel? Neither man ever said publicly, but that duel was fought on July 11, 1804, on a Jersey bluff overlooking Manhattan. Hamilton was shot in the abdomen and died 36 hours later.

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Fighting poverty in Jesus' name...and with taxpayer funds?

| On the second anniversary of federal welfare reform, many say that the most effective poverty-fighting organizations are faith-based.
by Roy Maynard
Posted 8/15/98, 12:00 am

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Books: Rockefeller's angles

Books | The capitalist espoused Christianity and didn't like competition
by Roy Maynard
Posted 8/08/98, 12:00 am

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