Harvard Political Discourse 1803

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About this Book… Harvard Political Discourse 1803. By Reuben Puffer, D.D. Reuben Puffer, graduated Harvard, B.A. 1778. He received the degree at Harvard of S.T.D., (Doctorate in Sacred Theology) in 1810. —Quinquennial Catalogue Of Harvard University, 1636-1920. Originally titled as an Election Sermon, and typically given by a leading Minister in Massachusetts from its inception as a colony, at the election of state officers. Dr. Puffer's 1803 work featured here is perhaps the finest example applied to the realm of political science. It is, in essence, a superlative overview of the methods of either nation building, or national ruin one may find, and one can trace its application to similar concerns in present political events. Dr. Puffer also gave Harvard's coveted Dudlean Lecture in 1808, which further demonstrated his astounding literary style crafted to capture the audience’s attention.
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Russell Creech
September 30, 2011
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