Inventing People Edmund S Morgan - Edmund S. Morgan studierte an der Harvard-Universität, wo er 1942 den Ph.D. erhielt. Ein Jahr seiner Studienzeit verbrachte er an der University of London . 1945 wurde er Dozent an der University of Chicago , bevor er ein Jahr später Professor an der Brown University wurde. 1955 folgte er dem Ruf an die Yale University , wo er 1965 Sterling Professor wurde und bis 1986 lehrte.. Edmund Morgan (historian) : biography January 17, 1916 – Edmund Sears Morgan (born January 17, 1916 in Minneapolis, Minnesota), an eminent authority on early American history, is Emeritus Professor of History at Yale University, where he taught from 1955 to 1986. Life Morgan’s interest in history grew while he attended Belmont Hill School. Edmund S. Morgan Edmund S. Morgan is Sterling Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University. His many books include Inventing the People: The Rise of Popular Sovereignty in England and America and The Stamp Act Crisis: Prologue to Revolution..
American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library Open Library Books by Language. Edmund S. Morgan (1916–2013) was the Sterling Professor Emeritus at Yale University and the recipient of the National Humanities Medal, the Pulitzer Prize, and the American Academy’s Gold Medal.. Morgan's study of what he describes as the "political fictions" behind the notion of government by representation, Inventing the People argues that it was James Madison's fear of diversity leading to division that led him to "invent" the "fiction" of the "one people" upon which the U.S.
With his 1988 book, “Inventing the People,” which won the Bancroft Prize for the year’s outstanding work on American history, Dr. Morgan turned the notion of representative government on its. THE FICTION that replaced the divine right of kings is our fiction, and it accordingly seems less fictional to us. Only the cynical among us will scoff at Lincoln's dedication to "government of the people, by the people, and for the people.". Vox populi vox dei: the voice of the people is the voice of God. The slogan was useful for those who first attempted to substitute the people for God as the source of political authority..
Edmund Sears Morgan (17. tammikuuta 1916 – 8. heinäkuuta 2013) oli yhdysvaltalainen historioitsija. Hän loi merkittävän julkaisu-uran ja voitti Pulitzer-palkinnon vuonna 2006..