Daniel Mandell

Daniel Mandell, professor of history, received the 2021 Book Award from the Missouri Conference on History for “The Lost Tradition of Economic Equality in America, 1600-1870,” published last spring.

One reviewer noted that “Mandell successfully recovers the often obscured legacy of economic equality and moral economy that emerged from the English Civil War, as it informed debates about proper republican polity during the American Revolution.” Another called it a “wide-ranging and insightful book that belongs on the reading lists of the scholars, elected officials, and others who will be engaged with figuring out a path ahead” of the United States seeking the best path out of the COVID-19 shutdown.
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