Researcher and Writer in Washington, DC

The military and whiskey’s 250-year history

KCET, a public television station in Los Angeles, published an essay by me on the U.S. army’s long relationship with whiskey. As I note, “for military men and women, whiskey holds an additional appeal beyond its glorious amber color, robust flavor and mood-alleviating powers — it may even be more American than apple pie (which seems to have been invented in England). Whiskey has been with the America’s armed forces since the earliest days of the republic….” (Read more at

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