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Moreno, Paul D., 1965-
American state from the Civil War to the New Deal.
Cambridge, [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013
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Paul D Moreno
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|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Abbreviations Used in the Footnotes; AcknowledgmentsI; Introduction; Part I The Old Regime: 1870-1900; 1 The Post-War Constitution; Republican Leviathan; Army and Nationality; Army and Society: Labor and Pensions; The American System; Land Grants and Education; 2 The Judiciary and Private Rights; Distribution and Subsidy; Swift and Diversity; The Extension of Swift; 3 The Crisis of the 1890s; The Labor Problem; The Trust Problem; The Income Tax; The Election of 1896; Part II Early Progressivism: 1900-1913; 4 The New Jurisprudence; Historism and Historicism. Langdell and ScientismThe Analytical School; Darwinism; Holmes and Pound; 5 The Due Process Dialectic; Natural Rights and the Antebellum Court; The Fourteenth Amendment; The Road from Munn; The Fuller Court and Due Process; 6 Toward a Federal Police Power; The Commerce Power and Antitrust; Organized Labor and Liberty of Contract; Alcohol; Oleo; Gambling; 7 Rooseveltian Progressivism; The Holmes Appointment; The Anthracite Strike; Pure Food; The Mann Act; 8 The Lochner Incident; Precursors; Lochner; Aftermath; 9 Court and Constitution in Crisis; Walter Clark; J. Allen Smith; Herbert Croly. 10 Taft and the Republican CrackupThe New Nationalism; Roosevelt and the Judiciary; Schism; Part III Late Progressivism: 1913-1933; 11 Wilsonian Progressivism; A Darwinian Constitution; The Administrative State; The 1912 Campaign; Wilson and the Judiciary; 12 The New Freedom; The Tariff; The Federal Reserve Act; The Clayton Antitrust Act; Commission Government; Labor's Gold Brick; 13 The New Wilson; The Brandeis Nomination; Tariff and Farm Policies; Child Labor; The Adamson Act; The 1916 Election; 14 The Great War; The Army and Social Reform; The Financial Revolution; The Great Delegation. Labor PolicySedition; 15 The Return of the Regular Republicans; Harding and Coolidge; Grants-in-Aid; McNary-Haugenism; Muscle Shoals; Progressive Unease on the Court; 16 The Taft Court; Personnel and Power; Labor; Adkins and the Due Process Revival; Takings; Civil Liberties; Prohibition; The Progressive Attack; 17 The Last Progressive; Corporatism; Agriculture and Labor; The Cardozo Appointment; The Depression; FDR; The 1932 Election; Part IV The New Deal: 1933-1940; 18 The Hundred Days; War Equivalents; Planning: The Tennessee Valley Authority; The National Industrial Recovery Act. 19 To the BrinkMixed Signals; First Skirmishes; Black Monday; 20 The Second New Deal; The Second Hundred Days; The Court Responds; Mandate?; The Sit-Down Strikes; 21 The Court Fight; The Plan; The Opposition; The Parrish Switch; The Wagner Act Cases; The Social Security Cases; 22 The Abortive Third New Deal; The Court-Packing Revival; Opposition and Defeat; Reorganization and Purge; The End of the New Deal; 23 The New Deal Court; The Scorpions; Diversity and Liability; The Double Standard; Liberal Activism; Appendix A Multipliers and Multiplicands: Hours v. Wages Laws.|
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'This is an important, albeit at times difficult and highly opinionated, analysis of US constitutional development from the immediate post-Civil War era through the New Deal.' Choice 'This study's