Herman Clarence Nixon

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Herman Clarence Nixon (1886-1967) was an American writer.[1] He is perhaps best known for his contribution to the volume I'll Take My Stand: The South and the Agrarian Tradition as a member of the Southern Agrarians.[1]

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Herman Clarence Nixon was born in 1886. He graduated from Alabama Polytechnic Institute, now known as Auburn University, and the University of Chicago.[2] From 1925 to 1928, he taught at Vanderbilt University.[2] From 1928 to 1938, he taught at Tulane University.[2] He then taught at the University of Missouri, and then again at Vanderbilt to teach Political Science.[2] He contributed to I'll Take My Stand: The South and the Agrarian Tradition as a Southern Agrarian and was a member of the Social Science Research Council's Southern Regional Committee and the Southern Conference for Human Welfare.[2] He died in 1967.

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