Horace Greeley, and Other Pioneers of American Socialism
With a foreword by W. J. Ghent, & reminiscences of Charles Sotheran by Alice Hyneman Sotheran. A discussion of the great editor's political philosophy, which modern philosophers & historians would call agrarian or populist, rather than socialist, as the author did.
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