A Study Of William Henry Seward, Reformer
Date of Award
Doctor of Social Science (DSS)
Stuart Gerry Brown
Political science, American politics, activism, idealism, education
The scope of this study encompasses the period from Seward's adolescence through the critical year, 1850, at which time Seward emerged as a truly national figure. The emphasis is on those background factors and actions which serve to earn for Seward the well-deserved designation, "reformer", especially in the anti-slavery movement, and regarding the New York City school issue.--Preface.
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Merrick, Wayne Reynolds, "A Study Of William Henry Seward, Reformer" (1956). Social Science - Dissertations. Paper 141.