The Education of John Randolph

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Norton, 1979 - Legislators - 346 pages
Probes the life and the eccentric character of John Randolph of Roanoke, drawing attention to his career in Congress and the impact of his Anglo-Virginia upbringing and his old-fashioned views

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About the author (1979)

Also the editor of Jefferson's Literary Commonplace Book, Douglas L. Wilson is Lawrence Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English at Knox College. Robert Dawidoff, a professor of history at Claremont Graduate School, is the author of "The Genteel Tradition and the Sacred Rage: High Culture vs. Democracy in Adams, James, and Santayana.

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