Objects & Places from The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America

Louis Menand
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Boston - This place is a city in Massachusetts from which most of the pragmatic thinkers came.

Ball's Bluff - Colonel Edward Baker chose this place for the site of his first assault.

Cambridge - This place is a city in Massachusetts where Harvard is located, and was the original starting point for three of the founding fathers of pragmatism.

Copperheads - This group is comprised of Northerners who opposed the war and sympathized with the South.

Columbia University - This is the university where Dewey went to work when he left the University of Chicago.

Germany - This is the European country where many of the young men of the United States went to complete their studies and receive their graduate degrees.

Harvard - This is a college in Boston that was one of the best in the country. It was the leader in many areas...

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