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Schles·in·ger
[shles-in-jer, shley-zing-er]
NOUN
1.
U.S. historian.
2.
U.S. historian and writer.
3.
English film director.
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Arthur Schlesinger Jr. introduced the term "judicial activism" in a January 1947 ... Black's Law Dictionary defines judicial activism as a "philosophy of judicial ...

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Come back to life; revived: “defenders of the Imperial Presidency redivivus” ( Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.) Origin of redivivus. Late Latin rediv&imacron;vus, from  ...

Arthur Schlesinger Jr. | The New York Review of Books

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Following are excerpts from Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.'s Journals of 1966 and 1967. January 21 [1966] I have been meaning for some time to put down the ...

Urban Dictionary: Arthur

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A childrens TV show, aired on PBS Kids. It is one of the highest rated shows on its network with over 12 seasons, and it`s still running! Arthur ca...

An Interview With Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. - The New York Times

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Schlesinger is the son of one of the most able American historians, Arthur M. ... Mr. Miller suggested that I look at the American Dictionary of Biography sketch of  ...

Arthur M. Schlesinger - American Historical Association

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The most casual scrutiny of the Dictionary of American Biography discloses ..... Arthur M. Schlesinger (February 27, 1888–October 30, 1965) pioneered social ...

JuDICIAL ACTIvIsm - Philadelphia Bar Association

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“Black's Law Dictionary” defines judicial activism as “a philosophy of judicial ... was coined by Arthur Schlesinger Jr. (historian and social critic), who introduced it ...

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tl • #100430 • cmupro-dictionary. schlesinger. 'ʃlesəndʒə: tl • #300875 • wrdnet- dictionary ... (ipinanganak sa 1917) [syn: (Arthur Schlesinger), (Arthur

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Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Jr. (/ˈʃlɛsɪndʒər/; born Arthur Bancroft Schlesinger; October 15, 1917 – February 28, 2007) was an American historian, social critic, ... More »
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Schlesinger definition, Arthur Meier [mahy-er] /ˈmaɪ ər/ (Show IPA), 1888–1965, U.S. historian. See more.

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In 1967, the historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr., who worked in the Kennedy administration, wrote, “In retrospect, Vietnam is a triumph of the politics of inadvertence.

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A legendary British hero, said to have been king of the Britons in the sixth century ad and to have held court at Camelot. American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...

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American historian whose works include The Rise of the City (1933). His son Arthur Meier, Jr. (1917-2007), also a historian, was an adviser to President John F.

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Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Jr. (born 1917) was an outstanding historian of the United States and an influential activist in the Democratic Party. What was unique  ...