Eric Hoffer: The Longshoreman Philosopher
Drawn from Eric Hoffer's private papers as well as interviews with those who knew him, this detailed biography paints a picture of a truly original American thinker and writer. Author Tom Bethell interviewed Hoffer in the years just before his death, and his meticulous accounts of those meetings offer new insights into the man known as the "Longshoreman Philosopher."
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APPENDIX ONE Quotations and Comments
APPENDIX TWO Increasing His Wordpower
Israel Stands Alone
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