The liberal tradition in American thought: an anthology
Walter E. Volkomer
Putnam, 1969 - Political Science - 352 pages
The development of American Liberalism from Colonial times to the present-in the writings of Paine, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, Bellamy, Holmes, Croly, Brandeis, Dewey, Galbraith, Warren and others.
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American LiberalismAn Interpretation
FROM THE COLONIES TO THE REVOLUTION
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