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Dominant Historical Discourse of Community and Self

In eleven pages this paper examines how 'community' and 'self' are featured throughout the discourse of history in a consideration of the perspectives of the Federalist Papers, the Cherokee Memorials, Cabeza de Vaca, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Frederick Douglass. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

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