The Democracy Reader: Classic and Modern Speeches, Essays, Poems, Declarations, and Documents on Freedom and Human Rights Worldwide
The author of The American Reader presents a uniquely readable anthology of the writings and thoughts--from Locke, Plato, Rushdie, King, Jefferson, and others--that have shaped this country and had a profound effect on the world and people everywhere. Illustrated throughout.
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