America Reformed Progressives and Progressivisms, 1890s-1920s
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Description: This comprehensive and accessible text is for use in classes on the Progressive Era alone, or in a combined class on the Gilded Age and Progressive Eras, which many univeristies teach. It could also be used as one of several titles in the general survey (1876 - present), or in a 20th century U.S. History Survey. Flanagan's text covers all aspects of the era, political (domestic and international), economic, and social/cultural. She also incoporates the perspectives of women,immigrants, and minority groups into the history of the era.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/24/2006
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Preface: The Destination Was "Progressive" Society: The Roads and the Travelers Were Diverse|
|Introduction: The "White City" and Dark City of 1893|
|The City: The Crossroads of Social Justice|
|Democracy Must Have a Social Dimension|
|The Rights of Individuals in a Democratic Society|
|The Corrupt Bargain|
|Reforming the State|
|The New Social Politics|
|The Battle Against Monopoly Capitalism|
|The Competing Publics of Conservation and Environmentalism|
|Money, Morals, and Modernity: The Consumer Society|
|Bringing Democracy to the World|
|Domestic Troubles, Foreign Engagement|
|Gender and Democracy in War and Peace|
|Into the Twenties: Roads Taken...and Not|
|Conclusion: An Imperfect World|