Maurice Isserman

Isserman in 2008 Maurice Isserman (born 1951), formerly William R. Kenan and the James L. Ferguson chairs, is a long-time Professor of History at Hamilton College and important contributor to the "new history of American communism" that reinterpreted the role of the Communist Party USA during the Popular Front period of the 1930s and 1940s. His books have also traced the emergence of the New Left and the 1960s. He co-authored a biography of Dorothy Ray Healey and wrote an award-winning biography of the American socialist leader Michael Harrington. Recently, he refocused his work on the history of mountaineering in the Himalayas and the United States. He has contributed editorials and book reviews to ''The New York Times'', ''The Boston Globe'', ''Newsday'', the ''Los Angeles Times'', ''The Nation'', and ''The American Alpine Review''. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 2004
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