William E. Leuchtenburg (b. 1922) is a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The leading scholar of the life of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Author of several books on 20th century history.
Law and Politics Book Review: The Supreme Court Reborn
A review of Leuchtenburg's nine-essay publication on the Constitutional Revolution of 1937.
University of North Carolina: UNC-CH historian Leuchtenburg profiles Johnny Appleseed as his 'forgotten hero'
Press release announcing Leuchtenburg's research on the historical John Chapman. (November 18, 1998)
Washington Post: New Deal Symphony
A review of Leuchtenburg's book "The FDR Years" as well as a reprint of its first chapter. (November 19, 1995)
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