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Virginia Quarterly Review The Virginia Quarterly Review [Volume 22, Number 2, Spring 1946]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.326 Author/Creator: Virginia Quarterly Review Place Written: Charlottesville, Virginia Type: Pamphlet Date: 1946 Pagination: 159 p. ; 24.8 x 16.3 cm.

Summary of Content: One issue of The Virginia Quarterly Issue dated Spring 1946. Item is a periodical of political writing consisting of topics such as: conservatism in the South, the British Labor Movement, Benjamin Franklin, Harry Truman, a revolution in Eastern Europe and poetry.

People: Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790
Waugh, Evelyn, 1903-1966
Carleton, William G., 1901-1982

Historical Era: 1945 to the Present

Subjects: WritersPoliticsPhilosophyConservativeAmerican SouthPresident

Sub Era: The Civil Rights Movement

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