Yale University Press (1995)

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Edited by Len Gougeon and Joel Myerson, this book presents the first comprehensive and authoritative collection of Emerson’s writings against slavery and the subjugation of American Indians—writings that reveal Emerson’s deep commitment to social reform. Included are speeches and lectures that have never before been published or collected in any other edition of Emerson’s writings.
Keywords Ralph Waldo Emerson  American philosophy  abolitionism
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ISBN(s) 0300059701   9780300094022   0300094027   9780300059700
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