Today, RealClearPolitics (one of the largest news aggregation sites on the Internet) carried my article about the anniversary of the 1778 alliance of friendship and commerce between the fledgling United States and the realm of France.
RealClearPolitics is most commonly known for it average of major polls, one of the best opinion-gauging tools available. However, the site also has a round-up page called RealClearHistory for daily news and articles about U.S. and World history.
Obviously, I am pleased that the editors at RealClearHistory posted my article. You can visit RealClearHistory here, where my article was re-titled as “U.S.-France: A Marriage of Convenience” in the February 6 edition.