Garrett, Wendell
July 1983
Magazine Antiques;Jul83, Vol. 124 Issue 1, p102
The author reflects on the deeds of American heroes by focusing on Thomas Carlyle's published volumes on heroes and hero worship in 1841. He also discusses Ralph Waldo Emerson's views on individualism in the United States in the 1820. He commends the Americans who stand for their collective faith, and announces that the gallery of notables in the July 1983 issue of the “Magazine Antique” is their July 4th celebration of leadership in America.


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