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Melvin Miller Rader (8 November 1903 – 14 June 1981) was an author and professor of philosophy at the University of Washington for 51 years, and an outspoken advocate of civil rights. He taught ethics, aesthetics and political philosophy. In 1948, he was accused of being a communist by the Canwell Committee (the Joint Legislative Fact Finding Committee on Un-American Activities), and was later exonerated in 1951 by Attorney General, Smith Troy.
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by Melvin Miller Rader. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780130468215. Release Date:November 1975.
A modern book of esthetics;: An anthology. The Conflict of Fascist and Democratic Ideals. Dynamics of Art. Melvin Miller Rader, Andrew Paul Ushenko.