Freund, Paul A.
March 1952
New Republic;3/17/52, Vol. 126 Issue 11, p20
The article focuses on the life of Charles Evans Hughes by discussing about book "Charles Evans Hughes," a biography by Merlo J. Pusey. Charles Evans Hughes employed the leisure of his post-retirement days to prepare an extensive commentary on his life and career. Merlo Pusey had access to these notes, and has quoted from them freely in his biography. They help to make his account a lively and authentic chronicle, combining the virtues of both biography and autobiography.


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