Frank Graham: Effective Liberal

Strout, Richard Lee
August 1942
New Republic;8/10/42, Vol. 107 Issue 6, p164
Focuses on Frank Graham, Professor of History in the University of North Carolina; Participation of Graham in a program conducted by a labor unit inspite of the sentiments of the country being anti-labor; Controversy over the issue that he lent respectability to an unpopular cause; Supporter of civil rights of labor class; Views that Graham is among the great educators of the nation; Appraisal of his liking for the common people; Comments that he is a liberal to the core; Graham is a member of a number of government agencies and has had an influence on the Mediation and War Labor Boards; Instances of his liberal attitude.


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