WOOLSEY, THEODORE D.
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(1801-1889), was professor of Greek at Vale from 1831 to 1846, and president from 1846 to 1871. His opinions in international law were of great weight. He wrote "Introduction to the Study of International Law," "Political Science," "Communism and Socialism in their History and Theory," a'' Manual of Political Ethics," and annotated editions of Lieber's "Civil Liberty and Self Government."
By John Franklin Jameson
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