By Sharon Carson
Editors note: North Dakota’s past is rich in progressive ideas. From the origins of the Non-Partisan League to Governor Link’s “When the Landscape is Quiet Again” speech, the state has a tradition of looking out for the prairie and its people.
In the Prairie Independent’s new column, “History Notes,” UND professor Sharon Carson and others will explore that past – pointing readers to important books and other media that bring our history into sharper focus – and the many ways it resonates today.
Here is the first set of notes from Sharon Carson: Continue reading