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Here's the latest in my series of "Who Am I" quizzes, in which I supply a few biographical clues,, and you test your knowledge of progressive history by trying to identify the model progressive I'm describing. Have fun!

These are hard times for progressives--but is that really a new phenomenon in America? This little game doesn't have any bells or whistles, and it doesn't involved flinging any birds at any pigs, but remembering people who have led the way in progressive thinking and action can remind us that the struggle is not new and that we must continue.

Who am I?

I was a physician, educator and inventor in the first half of the 20th century.

I assembled the world's largest collection of Impressionist, post-Impressionist and early modern art.

I kept my collection together so that it could be studied by students and artists.

I supported African-American artists and was an early collector of African art.

My collection was been the subject of a controversial sale in recent years.

You can see my portrait and learn my identity by clicking this link.

Originally posted to Lefty on Sun Dec 12, 2010 at 09:40 AM PST.

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