American Social Leaders and Activists
Infobase Publishing, May 14, 2014 - 449 páginas
This reference for scholars, journalists, and the general reader contains short biographies of more than 285 American social leaders and activists from colonial times to the present. The alphabetically arranged entries profile activists such as Oneida commune founder John Humphrey Noyes, Indian rights leader John Echohawk, folk singer Joan Baez, and conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh.
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