PITTSBURGH–The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia has named two Carnegie Mellon University professors recipients of its annual awards honoring leaders in science, engineering, technology and business.

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Many books have been written about Benjamin Franklin, several in languages other. which supplied the wind in Franklin’s sails. Edmund S. Morgan, the doyen of colonial historians, has written a.

Edmund S. Morgan, a leading scholar of the colonial era who helped reinvigorate the reputations of the founding fathers, probed the country’s racial and religious origins and, in his 80s, wrote a best.

By a happy accident, this is the second excellent biography of Franklin to appear in two years, after Edmund S. Morgan’s sublime "Benjamin Franklin." Morgan, at 337 pages, is as terse as Isaacson (at.

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Edmund S. Morgan of Yale University wrote that “The economic. a term borrowed not from the divorce courts but from Benjamin Franklin, who used it repeatedly.” “Historians are always focusing on.

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Jonathan Holloway, dean of Yale College and the Edmund S. Morgan Professor of African American. which will come to fruition next August with the opening of Pauli Murray and Benjamin Franklin.

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Edmund S. Morgan, the Sterling Professor Emeritus of History. Currently the chair of the board of The Benjamin Franklin Papers-the University’s massive project publishing materials related to the.

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Edmund S. Morgan, colonial scholar Edmund S. wrote a best-selling biography of Benjamin Franklin, has died in Connecticut. He was 97. Morgan died Monday afternoon at Yale-New Haven Hospital, where.

The new book, “Bolt of Fate,” by Tom Tucker (Public Affairs; $25), is part of an apparently unstoppable wave of Franklin biography. In the past three years, we have had Edmund S. Morgan’s short,

"He is the American man of letters, par excellence," says prize-winning historian Edmund S. Morgan, whose many books include "American Slavery, American Freedom" and a best-selling biography of.

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One of Franklin’s most astute biographers, the late Edmund S. Morgan, once remarked that there is. After 1683, the story shifts to Boston, where Josiah Franklin, Benjamin’s father, emigrated in the.

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Not Your Usual Founding Father: Selected Readings From Benjamin Franklin, edited by Edmund S. Morgan, Yale University Press, 320 pages, $26 | Morgan has gathered writings, both well-known and obscure,

When PBS stations air a documentary on Benjamin Franklin this November, many TV viewers will be introduced to 86-year-old Edmund S. Morgan, a featured commentator on the program and a leading colonial.

By a happy accident, this is the second excellent biography of Franklin to appear in two years, after Edmund S. Morgan’s sublime "Benjamin Franklin." Both provide illuminating portraits of a.

Moreover, for the most part, he takes a pretty dim view of the traditional heroes of American history–though George Washington and Benjamin Franklin come in for a. Morgan also offers a rather.