Eric Frederick Goldman (1915-1989) was born in Washington, D.C. He was a professor of history at Princeton University, special
consultant to President Johnson (1963-66) and wrote many books. The collection consists of a manuscript with holograph corrections,
galley proofs, and a typescript index for Goldman's book titled,
The Crucial Decade: America, 1945-1955.
Goldman was born June 17, 1915 in Washington, D.C.; MA (1935), Ph.D (1938), Johns Hopkins University; instructor in history,
Johns Hopkins University (1938-41); writer, Time magazine (1941-43); assistant professor (1943-47), associate professor (1947-55), and professor of history (1955-62), Princeton
University; special consultant to President Johnson (1963-66); member, Society of American Historians, American Historical
Association, Phi Beta Kappa; winner, Bancroft Prize in history (1952) for Rendezvous With Destiny; wrote many books, including Rendezvous With Destiny: a History of Modern American Reform (1952), The Crucial Decade: America, 1945-1955 (1956), and The Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson: a Historian's Personal Memoir (1968); died February 19, 1989 in Princeton, New Jersey.
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