Scott, John Anthony

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SCOTT, John Anthony

SCOTT, John Anthony. American (born England), b. 1916. Genres: Children's non-fiction, Education, History, Law, Music, Politics/Government, Race relations, Young adult non-fiction, Biography, Translations. Career: Ed., Living History Library, Alfred A. Knopf Inc., NYC, 1966. Ed., Makers of America series, 1985-, and Library of American History Series, 1990-, Facts on File, NYC. Lecturer in Legal History, Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, NJ, 1967-84; Folksong in The Classroom, co-ed., 1980-. Publications: Republican Ideas and the Liberal Tradition in France, 1951; (ed. and author) Frances A. Kemble: Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in 1838-39, 1961; (ed. and contrib.) Living Documents in American History, vol. I, 1964, vol. II, 1968; (ed. and trans.) The Defense of Gracchus Babeuf before the High Court of Vendome, 1964; The Ballad of America, 1965, rev. ed., 2002; (ed. and contrib.) Frank Moore: The Diary of the American Revolution, 1967; Settlers on the Eastern Shore, 1607-1750, 1967; Trumpet of a Prophecy: Revolutionary America 1763-1783, 1969; Teaching for a Change, 1972; Fanny Kemble's America, 1973; Hard Trials on My Way, 1974; Woman against Slavery: The Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1978; The Story of America, 1984; John Brown of Harper's Ferry, 1987; History of the American People, 1990.