Democracy delayed : Congressional reapportionment and urban-rural conflict in the 1920s
Historians have customarily explained the 1920s in terms of urban-rural conflict, arguing that cultural, ethnic, and economic differences between urban and rural Americans influenced political conflict in the decade. Eagles uses the issue of congressional reapportionment to examine politics in the 1920s and to test the urban-rural thesis.
Print Book, English, 2010
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Univ. of Georgia Press, Athens, 2010