Anthony Hart Harrigan
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Anthony Hart Harrigan

Anthony Hart Harrigan (1925 - 2010) was a conservative columnist, lecturer, and author.[1] He was an editor of the News and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina and had a syndicated column.

His father was Anthony Hart Harrigan Sr., a doctor in New York City, and his grandfather was actor and playwright Edward Harrigan.[2]

Harrigan wrote about various topics including Rhodesia, South Africa, Viet Nam, the media, and freedom of speech. He edited a book of collected writings from conservative Courier newspaperman William Watts Ball.

He married Elizabeth Ravenel and had 4 children.[2][3]

One of his columns was a scathing attack on Paul B. Zuber and James Baldwin in 1964, calling them hard core leftists and Communists while stating that insurrectionists did not just emerge from the sewers in a day.[4]

He was an editor at the Courier from 1956 until 1970.[5]

The South Carolina Historical Society[6] and University of Wyoming have collections of his and his family's papers including correspondence with Republican Party politicians, columns, and documents related to his family history.[7]

His work has been described as pseudo-scientific racism.[8]

Bibliography

  • South West Africa (1963)[9]
  • One Against the Mob: With Questions Asked by Prime Minister Ian Smith. Introduced by Alice Widener (1966)[10]
  • Putting America First (1987)
  • Of the Old School, editor[11] about William Watts Ball

References

  1. ^ Courier, GEORGIA WILLIAMSON The Post and. "Anthony Harrigan dies in Va. at 84". Post and Courier.
  2. ^ a b "Harrigan, Anthony H. - Social Networks and Archival Context". snaccooperative.org.
  3. ^ "Harrigan, Elizabeth". The Daily Progress.
  4. ^ Congress, United States (November 19, 1964). "Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates of the ... Congress". U.S. Government Printing Office – via Google Books.
  5. ^ "South Carolina Historical Magazine". South Carolina Historical Society. November 19, 2005 – via Google Books.
  6. ^ https://schistory.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Harrigan-Anthony-302.00.pdf
  7. ^ Harrigan, Anthony H; Harrigan, Anthony H; Harrigan, Edward; Harrigan, Elizabeth Ravenel; Logan, Nedda Harrigan; Logan, Joshua; Merrill, James Ingram; Sensing, Thurman; Nixon, Richard M; Reagan, Ronald; Zumwalt, Elmo R; Helms, Jesse; Hollings, Ernest F; Thurmond, Strom; Rozek, Edward J; Buckley, William F; Waring, Ronald; Crane, Philip M; Tyrell, R. Emmett; Lee, Fitzhugh; Dabney, Virginius; Buckley, Priscilla C (November 19, 1950). Anthony H. Harrigan papers. OCLC 29643209 – via Open WorldCat.
  8. ^ Newberry, Anthony Lake (November 19, 1982). "Without Urgency Or Ardor: The South's Middle-of-the-road Liberals and Civil Rights, 1945-1960". Ohio University – via Google Books.
  9. ^ Harrigan, Anthony (November 19, 1963). "South West Africa: A Special Report". Foreign Policy Research Institute of South Carolina – via Google Books.
  10. ^ Harrigan, Anthony (November 19, 1966). "One Against the Mob: With Questions Asked by Prime Minister Ian Smith. Introduced by Alice Widener". Crestwood Books – via Google Books.
  11. ^ "Books on Trial". Thomas More Association. March 2, 1954 – via Google Books.

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