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The twenties; the critical issues.

Author: Joan Hoff
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown [1972]
Series: Critical issues in American history series.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hoff, Joan, 1937-
Twenties.
Boston, Little, Brown [1972]
(OCoLC)652269743
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Hoff
OCLC Number: 266882
Description: xxv, 163 pages 24 cm.
Contents: What happened to the progressive movement in the 1920's, by A.S. Link.--Postwar progressivism, by O.L. Graham, Jr.--Radicalism in the midst of normalcy, by J. Weinstein.--The public image of Herbert Hoover in the 1928 campaign, by K. Schofield.--The diplomacy of the dollar, by H. Feis.--American foreign relations, 1920-1942, by R.F. Smith.--The corporate ideology of American labor leaders, by R. Radosh.--The industrial-military complex during the interwar years, by P.A.C. Koistinen.--The fiscal policy of Herbert Hoover, by H. Stein.--The temper of the twenties, by F.J. Hoffman.--The Negro renaissance, by R.A. Bone.--The revolution in morals, by G.M. Ostrander.--Bibliography (p. 155-163).
Series Title: Critical issues in American history series.

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