Thaddeus B. Wakeman

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Thaddeus B. Wakeman, also known as T.B. Wakeman, was an American attorney, politician, editor and political philosopher. A graduate of Princeton University, he ran unsuccessfully for Attorney General in the New York state election of 1887, served as president of the National Liberal League and was editor of the liberal paper Man.[1] He was also the head of the Liberal University of Oregon, later relocated to Kansas City, Missouri.[2]


  1. ^ Princeton Alumni Weekly, Vol. III, no. 20, p. 300
  2. ^ Young, Ellen. John Emerson Roberts: Kansas City's "Up-To-Date" Freethought Preacher (XLibris Corporation, 2011), pp. 129-130.