Thoreau: Political Writings
In her introduction, Nancy L. Rosenblum places the essays in the context of Thoreau's life of self-examination, and the debates about the abolition of slavery, and she analyzes the themes of citizenship and resistance that have made Thoreau an enduring influence in political philosophy and practice.
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