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Society and thought in modern America : a social and intellectual history of the American people from 1865

Author: Harvey Wish
Publisher: New York : D. McKay, 1962.
Series: Society and thought in America, v. 2.
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Wish, Harvey, 1909-
Society and thought in modern America.
New York : D. McKay, 1962
(OCoLC)615354531
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harvey Wish
OCLC Number: 10319272
Description: xii, 644 pages : illustrations portrait ; 22 cm.
Contents: Reconstruction: the South of Wade Hampton (1865-1876) --
The New South: Hampton and the Bourbon Era (1876-1890) --
Southern demagogues and Liberals: from Tillman to Wilson (1890-1917} --
The last frontier and Frederick Jackson Turner --
The urban impact of rural life: Hamlin Garland and Edward Eggleston --
The urban impact of the home: era of Frances Willard --
Urbanism and the church: from Beecher to Rauschenbush (1865-1917) --
The Captains of Industry, the Gilded Age, and Taylorization (1865-1917) --
The labor movement from Wendell Phillips to Samuel Gompers (1865-1917) --
The passing of the old immigration: from Schurz to Veblen --
The new immigration: Hillman and Pupin (1880-1917) --
Invention and urban recreation: Edison and Belasco (1865-1917) --
Darwinism, Pragmatism, and Scientific Determinism: era of William James --
Social evolution and the social studies: Sumner and Holmes --
Toward literary realism and the new journalism: Whitman, Dreiser, and Pulitzer --
Toward realism in the arts: Louis Sullivan and Winslow Homer (1865-1917) --
Imperialism, pacificism, and the war to end all war: Mahan and Wilson --
Postwar reaction: Madison Grant versus Franz Boas (1919-1929) --
A business civilization: era of Henry Ford (1919-1929) --
The lost generation, conservative individualism, and H.L. Mencken (1919-1929) --
The Great Depression, the War, and the social structure: Hoover versus Adolf Berle, Jr. (1929-1945) --
The impact of depression and war upon education and recreation: Dewey and Counts (1929-1945) --
Social consciousness and environmentalism: from Mencken to Edmund Wilson (1929-1945) --
The Cold War and the new Conservatism: Henry Ford II and Russell Kirk (1945-1961).
Series Title: Society and thought in America, v. 2.
Responsibility: by Harvey Wish.

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