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Nothing Stands Still

Essays by Arthur M. Schlesinger

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674422124

Publication Date: 01/01/1969

204 pages

Belknap Press


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  • Introduction by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
  • I. The Scholar
    • 1. History
    • 2. Edward Eggleston: Evolution of a Historian
    • 3. An American Historian Looks at Science and Technology
    • 4. Political Mobs and the American Revolution, 1765–1776
    • 5. The Lost Meaning of “The Pursuit of Happiness”
    • 6. Was Olmsted an Unbiased Critic of the South?
  • II. The Citizen
    • 7. The New Tyranny
    • 8. The True American Way of Life
    • 9. War and Peace in American History
    • 10. Do We Have National Unity?
    • 11. Extremism in American Politics
  • Index

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