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1902 – May 21, 1983) was an
American social writer and philosopher. Hoffer was born
the son of German-Jewish Immigrants in the city of New York in 1902. Later in life he produced
ten books and was
awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in February 1983 by President of the United States Ronald Reagan.
Bibliography 1951 The True Believer:
Thoughts On The Nature Of Mass Movements, 1955 The Passionate State Of Mind, and Other Aphorisms, 1963 The Ordeal Of Change, 1967 The Temper Of Our Time, 1969 Working And Thinking on The Waterfront; a journal, June 1958-May 1959, 1971 First Things, Last Things, 1973 Reflections on the Human Condition, 1976 In Our Time, 1979 Before the Sabbath, 1982 Between the devil and the dragon : the best essays and aphorisms of Eric Hoffer, 1983 Truth Imagined
“We are told that talent creates its own opportunities. But it sometimes, seems that intense desire creates not lonely its own opportunities, but its own talents”. Eric Hoffer