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008 700105s1971 mau b |000 0 eng
050 0 E743|b.K43
100 1 Kennedy, David M.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
245 10 Progressivism ;|bthe critical issues /|cedited by David M.
264 1 Boston :|bLittle, Brown,|c
264 4 |c[©1971]
300 xiv, 191 pages ;|c24 cm.
490 0 Critical issues in American history series
504 Includes bibliographical references.
505 0 Diagnoses and programs: Views of business consolidation,
by S. H. Greeley and others. Changes in democratic
government, by W. A. White. A philosophy for reform, by H.
Croly. The new nationalism, by T. Roosevelt. Benevolence,
or justice? By W. Wilson.--Who were the progressives?: The
California progressive and his rationale; a study in
middle-class politics, by G. E. Mowry. The origins of
progressive leadership, by A. D. Chandler, Jr. Urban
liberalism and the age of reform, by J. J. Huthmacher. The
politics of reform in municipal government in the
progressive era, by S. P. Hays.--What did the progressive
achieve?: The progressive era and the reform tradition, by
D. W. Grantham, Jr. Private and public power, by G.
McConnell. The triumph of conservatism, by G. Kolko.--What
was the progressive legacy?: What happened to the
progressive movement in the 1920's? By A. S. Link.
Progressivism and the New Deal, by O. L. Graham, jr.
610 20 Progressive Party (U.S. : 1912)|0http://id.loc.gov/
651 0 United States|xPolitics and government|y1901-1953.|0http:/