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Reform, crisis, and confusion, 1900-1929
Raymond Jackson Wilson

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Reform, crisis, and confusion, 1900-1929.
Edited by R. Jackson Wilson.

Published 1970 by Random House in New York .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

The status revolution and progressive leaders, by R. Hofstadter.
Introduction to The new radicalism in America, by C. Lasch.
The rebellion of the intellectuals, 1912-1917, by H. F. May.
Businessmen and the progressive movement, by R. Wiebe.
Introduction to The triumph of conservatism, by G. Kolko.
Progressives and the business culture of the 1920's, by P. W. Glad.
Progressivism and imperialism: the progressive movement and American foreign policy, 1898-1916, by W. E. Leuchtenburg.
The war machine, by S. Haber.
The legend of isolationism in the 1920's, by W. A. Williams.
Divorce in the progressive era, by W. L. O'Neill.
Symbols of the jazz age: the new Negro and Harlem discovered, by G. Osofsky.
Sources and nature of intolerance in the 1920's, by P. L. Murphy.
The meaning of Lindbergh's flight, by J. W. Ward.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Series
Random House readings in American history,, v. 5

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
309.1/73
Library of Congress
E742 .W67

The Physical Object

Pagination
vi, 210 p.
Number of pages
210

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL4911328M
LC Control Number
76096275

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