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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 Roger Burlingame

In an era that condoned smuggling and lawbreaking the transition from privateer to pirate was easy Read >>
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 Read >>

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