Link, Arthur S.

Link, Arthur S. (Stanley)

(1920–  ) historian; born in New Market, Va. Educated at the University of North Carolina (Ph.D. 1945), he taught at Princeton University (1945–49), then at Northwestern University, returning to Princeton in 1960, where he retired as professor emeritus in 1991. Editor of The Papers of Woodrow Wilson from 1966, he authored many books on 20th-century American history.
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