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Lawrence W. Levine

Mr. Levine, an associate professor of history at Berkeley, is the author of Defender of the Faith , a study of William Jennings Bryan (1965), and co-editor of The Shaping of Twentieth Century America (1965) and The National Temper (1968). He is currently writing a study of Negro culture in twentieth-century America.

Articles by this Author

The cantankerous Californian’s utterly candid opinions, over thirty years, of the Presidents he knew, the senators with whom he served, and the (to him) alarming changes in the America he loved