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Lawrence Lader

Lawrence Lader, who has written widely on history, is currently at work on a study, as yet unfilled, of radical movements in the United States since 1946. This article is based on material from the book, which will be published by W. W. Norton & Co.

Articles by this Author

United States policy, Henry Wallace said in his spirited challenge to Truman and Dewey in 1948, should be
How gnarled, upright ex-President John Quincy Adams broke the South’s gag rule in Congress and at last won popular applause
The draft riots of 1863 turned a great city into a living hell.