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

New York, F.S. Crofts and Company, 1935.

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Subjects History.
Description 5 preliminary leaves, 325 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1935.
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 letters of Madame Roland.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2322153
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WorldCat Identities Becker, Carl L. 1873-1945.
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