- Author:Henry Steele Commager
- Publisher:Society for College and University Planning (1978)
- Pages:42 pages
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Henry Steele Commager (October 25, 1902 – March 2, 1998) was an American historian
Henry Steele Commager (October 25, 1902 – March 2, 1998) was an American historian. In the 1940s and 1950s, Commager was noted for his campaigns against McCarthyism and other abuses of government power.
Below includes an extremely short list of several documents that can be found in the two volumes.
by Henry Steele Commager. Noah Webster's American Spelling Book. Henry Steele Commager. Meet the USA: Including a Practical Guide for Academic Visitors to the United States. Select Format: Paperback. Fifty Basic Civil War Documents.
His principal scholarly works were his 1936 biography of Theodore Parker; his intellectual history The American Mind: An Interpretation of American Thought and Character since the 1880s.
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For decades, the name Henry Steele Commager was synonymous with American history. Starting in the 1930's, he published a torrent of histories, biographies, textbooks, anthologies and inquiries into the nature of democracy and the American mind. His essays in newspapers, journals and magazines were an important part of any dialogue on the issues of his day.
Henry Steele Commager’s most popular book is Pocket History of the United States. Showing 30 distinct works. previous 1 2 3 4 5 next .
Scholarship and Engagement: Henry Steele Commager as Historian and .
Scholarship and Engagement: Henry Steele Commager as Historian and Public Intellectual. Jumonville structures his book largely by reference to two interlocking chronologies-that of Commager's life and career, and that of the public controversies and political battles in which Commager took part. Henry Steele Commager, The American Mind: An Interpretation of American Thought and Character Since the 1880s (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1950). Henry Steele Commager, The Empire of Reason: How Europe Imagined and America Realized the Enlightenment (New York: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1977).