2 edition of Tensions. found in the catalog.
Richard Carl Ntiru
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The book consists of eight substantive chapters, authored by some of the most eminent Buchanan scholars, including his former collaborators and students. Before sketching some brief thoughts provoked by the book’s treatment of “Buchanan’s tensions,” the review here provides an overview of the themes and issues covered.
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American Tensions, edited by William Reichard In his "Letters from an American Farmer," Jean de Crevcoeur, a French-American writer who immigrated in Tensions. book, wrote that, "[in America] individuals of all nations are melted into a new race of men, whose labours and posterity will one day cause great changes in the world."/5.
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