...I think your supposition sounds pretty reasonable and there has been talk she didn't like the Earps.
But I am thinking she had to have a lot of confidence Doc wouldn't retaliate in some way...and I can't imagine why he would take her back after such an act. She was reportedly back with him the day of the gunfight.
I am too old to remember just how such a romantic treasonous performance would work. Any thoughts along that line?
Joyce, just my idea here… I don’t have provenance to prove it…. BUT I have a feeling that Kate thought this action might have been her chance to separate Doc and Wyatt. I really do believe she had... more
Joyce ... hope you're doing well ... British historian David Dutton wrote ... “Chamberlain made mistakes in the 1930s ... he clung too long to the hope of averting war, but it is doubtful if anyone... more
Neville Chamberlain was heavily criticized especially by the British print media. He was well aware that Hitler could not be trusted to keep an agreement. His endgame as you correctly pointed out was to... more
...I guess it only works in a marriage; the basis is love. Not much love in Hitler's heart. You guys are branching into intriguing subjects. The world today might still lead us down the same path!... more
Joyce, what you correctly pointed out is exactly why JFK as President included Historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr.to a Cabinet Level position in his administration. President Kennedy during his earlier global... more