Of the Rewriting of History There Is No End

  • Arthur Eggleston
Keywords: Labor

Abstract

We are all familiar with the way our 19th-century robber barons and bribers of legislatures, stealers of public lands, purchasers of judges and governors, mulcters and seducers of the public, hirers of labor spies and thugs, perjurers and law-breakers-gentlemen and captains of finance and industry, all-have been refurbished and polished and given a patina of extreme respectability by the kind of historians who do that sort of thing.
Published
1953-12-07
Section
Articles