Herbert Agar

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Herbert Agar

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Herbert Sebastian Agar (29 September 1897 in New York - 24 November 1980) was American journalist, and an editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1934 for his book The People's Choice, a critical look at the American presidency.



  • The People's Choice (1933)
  • Land of the Free (1935)
  • A Time for Greatness (1942)
  • Price of Union (1950)
  • Abraham Lincoln (1952)
  • The Unquiet Years: USA, 1945-1955 (1957)
  • The Price of Power: America Since 1945 (1957)
  • The Saving Remnant: An Account of Jewish Survival Since 1914 (1960)
  • The Perils of Democracy (1968)

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Price Of Union

By Herbert Agar
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