Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine January 1908

By: Watson, Thomas E.

Price: $15.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

This issue is withdrawn from the Kennedy Library in Spartanburg, SC and has a cardboard library binding with the original title pasted on it . The binding is glued, and may have been re-glued at some time. Covers are chipped and worn, There are library stamps and the residue of a pocket on the inside front cover. General wear and toning. Many interesting ads in the back. Other 1908 issues available. ; Ex-Library; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; From the New Georgia Emcyclopedia: "...for more than thirty years his support was essential for many men running for public office in Georgia. In addition to his political achievements, Tom Watson was a practicing lawyer, publisher, and historian. He is remembered for being a voice for Populism and the disenfranchised, and later in life, as a southern demagogue and bigot. ..Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine in particular became an outlet for lengthy editorials on anti-capitalistic political philosophies and for strong diatribes reflecting his increasing racial and religious bigotry." Watson's stand regarding the Leo Frank case are a good example of this. The magazine also included poetry ans serialized novels, such as Ann Boyd by Dalton, GA writer Will Harben.

Title: Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine January 1908

Author Name: Watson, Thomas E.

Categories: Georgia,

Publisher: Atlanta, Thos. E Watson: 1908

Binding: Card Covers

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 10024

Keywords: Populism Politics