Schlesinger[s̸hlā′ziŋ ər, s̸hles′in jər]
Schlesinger definition by Webster's New World
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- Schlesinger, Arthur M(eier) 1888-1965; U.S. historian
- Schlesinger, Arthur M(eier), Jr. 1917-2007; U.S. historian: son of Arthur
Schlesinger definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, Arthur Meier 1888-1965.
American historian whose works include The Rise of the City (1933). His son Arthur Meier, Jr. (1917-2007), also a historian, was an adviser to President John F. Kennedy, whose administration is chronicled in A Thousand Days (1965).
, John Richard 1926-2003.
British director whose works include the motion pictures Far From the Madding Crowd (1967) and Midnight Cowboy (1969), which both won Academy Awards.