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The capitalist revolution; a history of American social thought, 1890-1919

Author: John Ord Tipple
Publisher: New York, Pegasus [1970]
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An account of the ideas that influenced the political, economic, and social development of America in the first half of the 20th centuryj.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Tipple, John Ord.
Capitalist revolution.
New York, Pegasus [1970]
(OCoLC)607234442
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Ord Tipple
OCLC Number: 59282
Notes: "A Pegasus original."
Description: xii, 372 pages illustrations 21 cm.
Contents: The capitalist revolution. The advantages of consolidation / S.C.T. Dodd --
Trusts and efficiency / Louis D. Brandeis --
The new Hamiltonianism / Theodore Roosevelt --
The new Jeffersonianism / Woodrow Wilson --
Goals of the American labor movement / Samuel Gompers --
The disadvantages of labor unionism / John Kirby, Jr. --
The city: hope of democracy / Frederick C. Howe --
The modern city a menace / Josiah Strong --
The capitalist ethic. Scientific management / Frederick Winslow Taylor --
Social efficiency / Walter E. Weyl --
The idle rich / Frederick Townsend Martin --
Slaves of industry / Benjamin O. Flower --
Black capitalism / Booker T. Washington --
Black progressivism / W.E. Burghardt DuBois --
The soul of capitalism / Alvin S. Johnson --
The case of Christianity against capitalism / Walter Rauschenbusch --
The modern leviathan. The new nationalism / Herbert Croly --
Our benevolent feudalism / William J. Ghent --
The economic basis of imperialism / Charles A. Conant --
To the person sitting in darkness / Mark Twain --
The idealism of war / Homer Lea --
The moral equivalent of war / William James --
The breakdown of absolutes. What pragmatism means / William James --
The equivocations of pragmatism / Paul Shorey --
Intelligence and morals / John Dewey --
The gospel of action / Ralph Barton Perry --
The new radicalism. For radicals / Randolph S. Bourne --
Servants of the future / Floyd Dell --
The new morality / Margaret Sanger --
The repeal of reticence / Agnes Repplier --
Democracy and education / John Dewey --
The social value of the college-bred / William James --
A social bill of rights / Simon N. Patten --
The new social issue / William Graham Sumner --
The new politics / Walter Lippmann --
The rock of ages / Paul Elmer More.
Responsibility: [compiled by] John Tipple.

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