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Conflict and consensus in modern American history

Author: Allen Freeman Davis; Harold D Woodman
Publisher: Lexington, Mass. : Heath, ©1972.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3d edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allen Freeman Davis; Harold D Woodman
ISBN: 0669754323 9780669754322
OCLC Number: 2656171
Notes: Published in 1968 under title: Conflict or consensus in modern American history.
Description: xxiv, 562 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Business in an industrial age. Industrialism under way / Samuel P. Hayes --
The robber barons / Matthew Josephson --
Industrial statesmen / Allan Nevins --
Farmers in an industrial age. The farmer's grievances / John D. Hicks --
Populism : nostalgic agrarianism / Richard Hofstadter --
Populism : realistic radicalism / Norman Pollack --
Workingmen in an industrial age. American labor violence / Philip Taft, Philip Ross --
A harmony of beliefs / Edward C. Kirkland --
Labor and capitalism in America / Selig Perlman --
The worker's search for power / Herbert G. Gutman --
Migrants to an urban America. The uprooted / Oscar Handlin --
The making of a Negro ghetto / Allan H. Spear --
Race : thinking may make it so / Edward C. Banfield --
Violence in the cities / Richard C. Wade --
The progressive movement. Progressivism : anti-business reform / Russell Nye --
Progressivism : middle-class disillusionment / George Mowry --
A condition of excitement / Eric Goldman --
The triumph of conservatism / Gabriel Kolko --
The new deal. Conservative reform movement / Frank Freidel --
The third American revolution / Carl N. Degler --
Middle-class America refurbished / Howard Zinn --
The United States as a world power. The American approach to foreign policy / John Spanier --
An appraisal of American foreign policy / William G. Carleton --
No more Vietnams? / Ronald Steel --
Militarism and imperialism / Paul A. Baran, Paul M. Sweezy --
The limits of consensus / Gabriel Kolko --
The age of anxiety and protest. The emerging republican majority / Kevin Phillips --
The artificial majority / Theodore J. Lowi --
The radical right : the dispossessed / Daniel Bell --
Young men of the 1950's : a generation of bureaucrats / William H. Whyte, Jr. --
The new radicals of the 1960's / Paul Jacobs, Saul Landau --
t Crisis in the new left / Larry David Nachman --
The future of the Civil Rights movement / Bayard Rustin --
Black radicalism / Vincent Harding --
The American character. Abundance and the foundation of character / David M. Potter --
The other America / Michael Harrington --
The significance of the frontier in American history / Frederick Jackson Turner --
From morality to morale / David Riesman.
Other Titles: Conflict or consensus in modern American history.
Responsibility: edited with introductions by Allen F. Davis, Harold D. Woodman.

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