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The progressives

Label
The progressives
Title
The progressives
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Resek, Carl
Dewey number
973.91
Index
no index present
LC call number
E743
LC item number
.R45
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The American heritage series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Progressivism (United States politics)
  • Social reformers
Label
The progressives
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Excerpts from ... autobiographies and reminiscences."
  • --Theodore Roosevelt holds to the rule of reason, from Autobiography.--Ida Tarbell discovers "The golden rule in industry" from All in a day's work.--Frederic Howe befriends the Irish, from The confessions of a reformer.--Josephus Daniels defends the color line, from Editor in politics.-- Robert La Follette curbs the interests, from La Follette's autobiography.-- George Norris unhorses an old guard, from Fighting liberal.--William Prendergast goes Bull Moose, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection.--Jane Addams stands at Armageddon, from McClure's.-- Theodore Roosevelt sums it up, from The outlook.--Jacob Riis asserts his patriotism, from The making of an American.--Mary Simkhovitch musters a settlement house, from Neighborhood.--Roger Baldwin defends civil liberties and resists the draft, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection
Contents
Introduction.--Selected bibliography (p. xxxv-xxxvii)--Vernon Louis Parrington recalls the spirit of an age, from Main currents of American thought.--Richard Ely inaugurates the new economics, from Ground under our feet.--W. E. B. Du Bois proposes a science of equality, from Dusk of dawn.-- Jane Addams weighs the burdens of the poor, from Twenty years at Hull House.-- Margaret Sanger takes up the fight for birth control, from My fight for birth control.--Rabbi Stephen Wise sides with labor, from The challenging years.-- Monsignor John Ryan calls for a living wage, from Social doctrine in action.-- The Reverend Washington Gladden shuns tainted money, from Recollections.--Ray Stannard Baker holds on to his muckrake, from American chronicle
Control code
ocm00427252
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxxviii, 397 p.
Lccn
66016754
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00427252
  • (Sirsi) o00427252
Label
The progressives
Publication
Note
  • "Excerpts from ... autobiographies and reminiscences."
  • --Theodore Roosevelt holds to the rule of reason, from Autobiography.--Ida Tarbell discovers "The golden rule in industry" from All in a day's work.--Frederic Howe befriends the Irish, from The confessions of a reformer.--Josephus Daniels defends the color line, from Editor in politics.-- Robert La Follette curbs the interests, from La Follette's autobiography.-- George Norris unhorses an old guard, from Fighting liberal.--William Prendergast goes Bull Moose, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection.--Jane Addams stands at Armageddon, from McClure's.-- Theodore Roosevelt sums it up, from The outlook.--Jacob Riis asserts his patriotism, from The making of an American.--Mary Simkhovitch musters a settlement house, from Neighborhood.--Roger Baldwin defends civil liberties and resists the draft, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection
Contents
Introduction.--Selected bibliography (p. xxxv-xxxvii)--Vernon Louis Parrington recalls the spirit of an age, from Main currents of American thought.--Richard Ely inaugurates the new economics, from Ground under our feet.--W. E. B. Du Bois proposes a science of equality, from Dusk of dawn.-- Jane Addams weighs the burdens of the poor, from Twenty years at Hull House.-- Margaret Sanger takes up the fight for birth control, from My fight for birth control.--Rabbi Stephen Wise sides with labor, from The challenging years.-- Monsignor John Ryan calls for a living wage, from Social doctrine in action.-- The Reverend Washington Gladden shuns tainted money, from Recollections.--Ray Stannard Baker holds on to his muckrake, from American chronicle
Control code
ocm00427252
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxxviii, 397 p.
Lccn
66016754
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00427252
  • (Sirsi) o00427252

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