Clio's Favorites: Leading Historians of the United States, 1945-2000

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Index
Acheson, Dean, 80
Adams, Charles Francis, 42
Alcott, Bronson, 178
Alcott, Louisa May, 178
Alexander, Will W., 139, 171
American Council of Learned Societies, 43
American Historical Association, 3, 5, 23, 26, 51, 65, 155, 166, 170; presidential ad- dresses, 19-—20, 111; recognizes field of women's history, 102, 103, 105
American Revolution: as interpreted by scholars, 14-—17, 126, 129-—30, 136
Andrews, Charles McLean, 6, 7
Asheville, North Carolina, 44
Atlanta University, 171
Bailyn, Bernard “Bud, ” 1, 3; life and career, 5-—22; as colonial specialist, 6-—8, 10-—11, 14-—17, 20; concern with teaching, 12— 13; former students of, 18-—19; critical of profession, 19-—20; studies migration, 20-—21
Baker, Ray Stannard, 114
Bancroft, George, 47, 157, 158
Basler, Roy, 37-—38
Beale, Howard K., 27, 28, 172
Beard, Charles A., 2, 6, 71, 81
Beard, Mary R., 71, 106
Becker, Carl, 73
Beloit College, 25
Billington, Ray Allen, 87
Bloom, Harold, 45
Boorstin, Daniel, 2, 44n,73
Boris, Eileen, 110n
Bradley, William “Bill, ” 120
Brady, Matthew, 37
Brooklyn College, 60, 63
Brown, John, 178
Brown v. Board of Education,65, 67, 174
Brown University, 128, 130
Brownson, Orestes, 157, 158, 178
Bryan, William Jennings, 124
Bryant, William Cullen, 178
Buck, Paul, 55
Buffalo, University of, 69
Burns, James MacGregor, 114
Caldwell, Erskine, 44
Calhoun, John C., 72, 120
California, University of, 74, 81
Cambridge University, 51, 78
Carroll, Berenice, 102
Carstensen, Vernon R., 28
Caskey, Marie Carpenter, 134
Chambers, Clarke, 105
Channing, William Ellery, 178
Chase, Salmon P., 39
Chesnut, Mary, 180-—81
Chicago, University of, 49, 51, 60, 61, 63, 128
City University of New York, 165
Clinton, William Jefferson, 169; impeach- ment of, 166
Civil War, 160, 172, 178; as seen by scholars, 36-—44, 140-—44; and Reconstruction, 61-—62, 152, 173-—74, 175-—76
Cold War, 166
Columbia University, 23, 26, 27, 35, 36, 39, 40, 68, 70, 74, 76, 100, 171
Columbus, Ohio, 157
Commager, Henry Steele, 37
“Consensus history:” as postwar school of historians, 44, 73
Cotton, John, 131, 136
Craven, Avery, 62
Crittenden, John J., 144

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  • Clio's Favorites - Leading Historians of the United States, 1945-—2000 *
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • Bernard Bailyn 5
  • Merle Curti 23
  • David Herbert Donald 35
  • John Hope Franklin 49
  • Richard Hofstadter 68
  • Howard Roberts Lamar 84
  • Gerda Lerner 98
  • Arthur S. Link 111
  • Edmund S. Morgan 126
  • David M. Potter 138
  • Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr 156
  • C. Vann Woodward 170
  • A Bout the Contributors 183
  • Acknowledgments 185
  • Index 187
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