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A Companion to American Thought

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This outstanding book assesses the whole sweep of American thought from the colonial area to the present day. Some 250 scholars from philosophy, history, literature, and the social sciences have written original and substantial essays on the pivotal topics and figures in the history of American intellectual endeavor and achievement. Fully cross-referenced and indexed.
Paperback, 824 pages
Published June 29th 1998 by Wiley-Blackwell (first published January 16th 1996)
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Richard Wightman Fox is a professor of history at the University of Southern California and the author of Jesus in America and Trials of Intimacy, among other books. He lives in Venice, California.
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