Dorothy Rosenberg

Marvin and Dorothy Rosenberg wrote “ The Dirtiest Election ,” an article about the presidential campaign of 1884, in the August, 1962, AMERICAN HERITAGE . Mr, Rosenberg teaches dramatic art at the University of California, Berkeley.
For further reading: The Last Days of the Sioux Nation , by Robert M. Utley (Yale University Press, 1963); Sitting Bull , by Stanley Vestal (University of Oklahoma Press, 1956).

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