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Roger Burlingame

Roger Burlingame, a free-lance writer for the past thirty years, is the author of numerous histories, biographies, novels, and juveniles, as well as a steady contributor to the country’s leading magazines. This article is based on a chapter in his forthcoming book, The American Conscience.

Articles by this Author

In an era that condoned smuggling and lawbreaking the transition from privateer to pirate was easy
Zion In The Forest, June 1956 | Vol. 7, No. 4
Roger Williams liked Indians and almost everyone else, and he founded a colony that gave our freedom a broader horizon