Makers of the American Mind
Morrow, 1964 - 497 pages
In his survey of three centuries of American thought, the author quotes such men as Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin Franklin, Emerson, Abraham Lincoln, Walt Whitman and John Dewey. The book present American philosophy, esthetics, literature, politics, economics, and religion.--Publisher.
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