American silhouettes rhetorical identities of the founders

Title American silhouettes rhetorical identities of the founders
Names Furtwangler, Albert.
Book Number BR007069
Title Status Active
Medium Braille
Annotation Examines the public identities projected by Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and John Marshall to find the basis for the beliefs and character of each. Through documents and anecdotes we see the influence of Addison and Steele on young Franklin's newspaper writings, Adams as "Novanglus" in lively debate with a Loyalist, and echoes of Sir Edward Coke in Marshall's opinion in Mabury v. Madison.
Local Subject Adult Book - AD
Short Book - SH
Biography - Historical - BIH
Biography & Autobiography - BIO
History, United States - HUS
History - HST
Politics and Government - POL
Audience Notes A
LC Subject Politicians - United States - History - 18th century
Statesmen - United States - History - 18th century
Constitutional history - United States
United States - Politics and government - 1783-1809
Call Number 973.4 ANF
Language English
Released 1987
Publication Info Washington, D.C. : NLS, 1987 (Triformation Braille Services, transcribing agency. Triformation Braille Services, distributor)
Original Publication Reproduced from: New Haven : Yale University Press, c1987.
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