Everyman his own historian; essays on history and politics, by Carl L. Becker.

Chicago, Quadrangle Books [1966] .

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D16.8.B39 E8 1966 Off-site
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Subjects Geschichtsphilosophie.
History -- Philosophy.
Series Quadrangle paperbacks ; 33.
Description 325 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1966]
Contents 1. Liberty and equality: Kansas ; Lord Bryce and modern democracies ; The spirit of '76 ; The modern Leviathan ; Liberalism--a way station ; Freedom of speech ; The Marxian philosophy of history -- 2. History and historians: Labelling the historians ; The education of Henry Adams ; Henry Adams once more ; Mr. Wells and the new history ; Frederick Jackson Turner ; Everyman his own historian -- 3. Interpretations: Juliet Drouet and Victor Hugo ; The dilemma of Diderot ; John Jay and Peter Van Schaack ; The memoirs and the letters of Madame Roland.
Genre Aufsatzsammlung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)392965
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Becker, Carl L. 1873-1945.
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