The Crisis of the West: The Marfleet Lectures

By Dorothy Thompson

© 1955

In 1910, Mrs. Lydia A. Marfteet of Prophetstown, Illinois, endowed this Lectureship in memory of her late husband and as an expression of the regard which she and her husband had for this City and this University. Dorothy Thompson's topic as the Marfleet Lecturer is "The Crisis of the West." "Crisis" is defined as a turning point. In what direction does the arrow point?

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  • Series: Heritage
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  • Page Count: 40 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.1in x 0.0in x 9.2in
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In 1910, Mrs. Lydia A. Marfteet endowed this Lectureship in memory of her late husband and as an expression of the regard which she and her husband had for this City and this University. Dorothy Thompson's topic as the Marfleet Lecturer is "The Crisis of the West." "Crisis" is defined as a turning point. In what direction does the arrow point?

The Crisis of the West: The Marfleet Lectures

By Dorothy Thompson

© 1955

In 1910, Mrs. Lydia A. Marfteet of Prophetstown, Illinois, endowed this Lectureship in memory of her late husband and as an expression of the regard which she and her husband had for this City and this University. Dorothy Thompson's topic as the Marfleet Lecturer is "The Crisis of the West." "Crisis" is defined as a turning point. In what direction does the arrow point?

Product Details

  • Series: Heritage
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 40 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.1in x 0.0in x 9.2in
  • Author Information

    Dorothy Thompson is known through her writings to millions in her own country, in Canada, and throughout the world. Her columns appear three times a week in more than one hundred newspapers. She is a graduate of Syracuse University, she is known in many academic halls. She is an honorary graduate of the Russell Sage College, Syracuse University, St. Lawrence University, Tufts College, Dartmouth College, Columbia University, and Oberlin College.