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The Progressive movement, 1900-1915

Author: Richard Hofstadter
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 1986, ©1963.
Series: A Touchstone book
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Touchstone edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Sources
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Hofstadter
ISBN: 0671628240 9780671628246
OCLC Number: 13760948
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, ©1963.
Description: 185 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: pt. 1: The muckrakers. S.S. McClure discovers a trend of the times, 1903 ; Theodore Roosevelt finds a name for the muckrakers, 1906 ; Ida M. Tarbell on the methods of the Standard Oil Company, 1902 ; Upton Sinclair on the Chicago stockyards, 1906 ; Marie Van Vorst on the plight of the working woman, 1903 ; John Spargo on child labor, 1906 ; Ray Stannard Baker on the condition of the Negro, 1905 --
pt. 2: Social and moral issues. An East-Side resident testifies on tenement conditions, 1900 ; Robert Hunter on poverty, 1904 ; Justice Holmes dissents in Lochner v. New York, 1905 ; Louis D. Brandeis presents an unconventional brief, 1907 ; David J. Brewer in Muller v. Oregon, 1908 ; Theodore Roosevelt on conservation, 1907 ; Edward A. Ross on the criminaloid type, 1907 ; Walter Rauschenbusch on the social role of Christianity, 1907 ; Rheta Childe Dorr on the role of American women, 1910 ; Jane Addams indicts an ancient evil, 1912 ; Walter Weyl on the revolt of the consumer, 1913 ; Herbert Croly on unionism and the national interest, 1909 ; Samuel Gompers testifies on the needs of labor, 1913 --
pt. 3: Bossism and political reform. William Allen White on the boss system, 1910 ; David Graham Phillips attacks a national boss, 1906 ; Lincoln Steffens reports La Follette's reforms, 1906 ; Roosevelt on the new nationalism, 1910 ; The Progressive Party platform of 1912 ; William Allen White on the revival of democracy, 1910 ; Herbert Croly on the techniques of democracy, 1915 --
pt. 4: The trusts and big business. Theodore Roosevelt on the great corporations, 1901 ; John Marshall Harlan in the Northern Securities case, 1904 ; Robert M. La Follette pleads for railroad regulation, 1906 ; Woodrow Wilson calls for tariff revision, 1913 ; Woodrow Wilson assails the tariff lobby, 1913 ; The Pujo Committee on the money trust, 1913 ; Louis D. Brandeis on the uses of other people's money, 1914 ; Woodrow Wilson on the meaning of the new freedom, 1912 ; Walter Lippmann analyzes the anti-trust ideal, 1914.
Series Title: A Touchstone book
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Richard Hofstadter.

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