Empire of Mud
J.D. Dickey talked about his book, Empire of Mud: The Secret History of Washington, D.C., about what Washington, D.C., was like during the 19th… read more
J.D. Dickey talked about his book, Empire of Mud: The Secret History of Washington, D.C., about what Washington, D.C., was like during the 19th Century. In his book, he says that Washington was “one of the worst excuses for a capital city the world has ever seen,” where slums, prostitution, gang warfare, and slave trading featured prominently. Mr. Dickey spoke about his book at Kramerbooks and Afterwords Cafe in Washington, D.C. close
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