Dan Rather and Cal Thomas love Bruce Kauffmann’s History Lessons, and so do editors

“It’s been said that we Americans are historically challenged. Bruce Kauffmann is doing his part to remedy this condition, painlessly: Bruce’s History Lessons reveal the historical significance lurking beneath every date on the calendar.” – Dan Rather, CBS News

“Bruce, thanks for sharing your History Lessons with me. In a day when the closest we get to history is instant replay, you are teaching things many have forgotten or didn’t know. This is a very useful service.” – Cal Thomas, Syndicated columnist

Why the American Revolution is the greatest revolution in history.

Encomiums from editors

“Bruce, it seems we have a history nerve running through the Poconos and your column has certainly touched it. You’re doing a great job!” – Andrea Higgins,assistant editorial page editor, The Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, PA

“Perhaps the best decision I made all year.” – Canton Repository Editorial Page Editor Gayle Beck, on the first-year anniversary of her decision to pick up History Lessons

“Well, I am not surprised that you are getting a good response. I rarely see columns I’m interested in, as they hash over the same old territory. Yours covers ‘new’ territory and is beautifully written.” – Suzanne Downing, EPE, Augusta Chronicle

“It’s a very good feature that you have–both the GM and I like it a lot.” – Frank Craig, Editor, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

“Bruce, I continue to like what I read and I hope you can hang in there until we have our new press installation project completed. Yours is a succinct, well-written feature with a consistent, casual tone that I think our readers will enjoy–and I still want to find a home for it in The Chronicle. Regards.” Gunnar Carlson, Editor, Muskegon Chronicle

“Bruce, I like your lessons a lot! You have a reader friendly writing style and your stuff is interesting. You are definitely on to something.” –Mike Burbach, Editor, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Mr. Kauffmann, it is easy to see why you won quite a loyal following with your writing. Your lessons are most enjoyable. – Vickey Williams, Director of editorial services, CNHI

“I think they’re lively and make what you’re writing about appealing to people who may not be history buffs but just like something interesting and good to read. – Kathy Gibbons, Features Editor, Traverse City Record-Eagle