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James William Sullivan (1848–1938)

Sullivan, James William. An American writer on social questions; born at Carlisle, PA, March 9, 1848. He is author of: ‘Working-People’s Rights’ (1885); ‘A Concept of Political Justice’ (1890); ‘Direct Legislation through the Initiative and Referendum’ (1892); ‘Tenement Tales of New York’ (1894); ‘So the World Goes,’ a series of short stories (1898); ‘Markets for the People’ (1913).