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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wilson, Raymond Jackson.
Reform, crisis, and confusion, 1900-1929.
New York, Random House 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Raymond Jackson Wilson
|Description:||vi, 210 pages 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The status revolution and progressive leaders, by R. Hofstadter.--Introduction to The new radicalism in America, by C. Lasch.--The rebellion of the intellectuals, 1912-1917, by H.F. May.--Businessmen and the progressive movement, by R. Wiebe.--Introduction to The triumph of conservatism, by G. Kolko.--Progressives and the business culture of the 1920's, by P.W. Glad.--Progressivism and imperialism: the progressive movement and American foreign policy, 1898-1916, by W.E. Leuchtenburg.--The war machine, by S. Haber.--The legend of isolationism in the 1920's, by W.A. Williams.--Divorce in the progressive era, by W.L. O'Neill.--Symbols of the jazz age: the new Negro and Harlem discovered, by G. Osofsky.--Sources and nature of intolerance in the 1920's, by P.L. Murphy.--The meaning of Lindbergh's flight, by J.W. Ward.|
|Series Title:||Random House readings in American history, v. 5.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by R. Jackson Wilson.|