Charles Sumner and the Rights of Man by David Herbert Donald

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'“Magisterial.” —The New York TimesPraise for Charles Sumner and the Coming of the Civil War “Few books can be recommended wholeheartedly to the specialist and the general reader alike. This one can.” —The New York Times Book Review “Mr. Donald is a rarity among American historical biographers, being not merely a man of irreproachable scholarship and balance but an interesting writer, and he has given us here a study that is, on every count, superb.” —The New Yorker “An important and most rewarding biography.” —American Historical Review “A triumph of scholarship . . . Donald has examined everything of any importance of or about Sumner—but it is much more, it is biographic art couched in prose of clarity and grace.” —The New Leader'
'“Magisterial.” —The New York TimesPraise for Charles Sumner and the Coming of the Civil War “Few books can be recommended wholeheartedly to the specialist and the general reader alike. This one can.” —The New York Times Book Review “Mr. Donald is a rarity among American historical biographers, being not merely a man of irreproachable scholarship and balance but an interesting writer, and he has given us here a study that is, on every count, superb.” —The New Yorker “An important and most rewarding biography.” —American Historical Review “A triumph of scholarship . . . Donald has examined everything of any importance of or about Sumner—but it is much more, it is biographic art couched in prose of clarity and grace.” —The New Leader'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504034043 Pages: 631