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Russel B. Nye • 28 Items / 11 Books, 17 Reviews
William Lloyd Garrison and the Humanitarian Reformers (1955)
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    United States History: General (Review)
    William Lloyd Garrison and the Humanitarian Reformers, by Russel B. Nye
    1. William Lloyd Garrison and the Humanitarian Reformers by Russel B. Nye
    The American Historical Review, October 1955, p. 209
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    The Inflexible Abolitionist (Review)
    William Lloyd Garrison and the Humanitarian Reformers, by Russel B. Nye
    1. William Lloyd Garrison and the Humanitarian Reformers by Russel B. Nye
    The Saturday Review, July 2, 1955, p. 25
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    Men Who Shaped America (3 Reviews)
    Daniel Webster and the Rise of National Conservatism, by Richard N. Current
    1. Daniel Webster and the Rise of National Conservatism by Richard N. Current
    2. William Lloyd Garrison and the Humanitarian Reformers by Russel B. Nye
    3. Booker T. Washington and the Negro's Place in American Life by Samuel R. Spencer, Jr.
    The Nation, November 5, 1955, p. 404
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    Received At Our Desk (9 Reviews)
    American History
    1. The Birth of the Bill of Rights, 1776-1791 by Robert Allen Rutland
    2. Frontier Politics and the Sectional Conflict by Robert W. Johannsen
    3. William Lloyd Garrison and the Humanitarian Reformers by Russel B. Nye
    4. James Wilson: Founding Father, 1742-1798 by Charles Page Smith
    5. Charles Evans Hughes and American Democratic Statesmanship by Dexter Perkins
    6. The Politics of Woodrow Wilson by August Heckscher
    7. The Government and Administration of Georgia by Cullen B. Gosnell and C. David Anderson
    8. The Desolate South, 1865-1866 by John T. Trowbridge and Gordon Carroll
    9. America's Concentration Camps by Carlos B. Embry
    Current History, August 1956, pp. 109-110