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Thomas Roderick Dew: Founder of the Positive Good Thesis by Erik S. Root, Ph. D Paper Presented for the Mid-West Political Science Association 65 th Annual Conference Panel: Social Movements and Political Change Chicago, Il. April 14, 2007
 
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*[http://www.jstor.org/pss/4245656 "Thomas Roderick Dew: Philosopher of the Old South" by Lowell Harrison], Link to JSTOR - The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 57, No. 4 (Oct., 1949), pp. 390 - 404.
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Revision as of 12:12, 4 February 2009

Thomas Roderick Dew

Material in SCRC

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Absract: Thomas Roderick Dew: Founder of the Positive Good Thesis by Erik S. Root, Ph. D Paper Presented for the Mid-West Political Science Association 65 th Annual Conference Panel: Social Movements and Political Change Chicago, Il. April 14, 2007

Preceded by College of William and Mary President Succeeded by
Adam Empie

1827 - 1836

Thomas Roderick Dew

1836 - 1846

Robert Saunders Jr.

1847 - 1848

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