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16 September 2006

Victor Davis Hanson

The work of historian Victor Davis Hanson has in the past several years been absolutely unique in helping to place the Long War in a wider military perspective. It is often easy, even for professionals, to lose sight of the features which render the current conflict a thing apart.

While he has long published frequently online at various sites such as National Review and City Journal, as well as his own Private Papers site; he has started blogging at Works and Days.

The insight into the less than formal workings of the good author's mind is much appreciated, and will no doubt be quite valuable. It is also a further object lesson in the surprising changes in the dissemination of ideas which has been wrought by the growth of the blogosphere.