Last week, we looked at Cooper's largely unknown role as a political organizer and cultural giant. This week, we will look more deeply at two of his novels, The Bravo and The Heidenmauer, written during his stay in Europe, both of which give profound insight into the evils of oligarchism and the tragedy of tradition.

These two novels especially highlight Lyndon LaRouche's view of Cooper: 

“The principal function of most of Cooper’s published writings, which were composed in the conceptual form of Classical drama, was to inform Americans on how to look at foreign and domestic situations in which we confront our republic’s enemies.”

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