About the Author
James Truslow Adams (1878-1949) was an American writer and historian known for his writings on New England, and is known for coining the phrase “American Dream.” Before becoming a writer Adams served on President Woodrow Wilson’s commission in charge of preparing data for the Paris Peace Conference, which signified the end of World War I. His many writings include The Founding of New England (for which he won a Pulitzer Prize), Our Business Civilization, and The March of Democracy.
Howard G. Schneiderman is professor in the department of anthropology and sociology at Lafayette College. He is the editor of The Protestant Establishment Revisited and The Hindrances to Good Citizenship.
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