Thomas Cooper

(1759—1839) political writer and college head

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born in England and educated at Oxford, emigrated to Pennsylvania (1794) because of disputes arising from his sympathy with the French Revolution. Allying himself with the Jeffersonian opponents of ...

Subjects: Economics — Arts and Humanities.

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