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The conservative reformers; German-American Catholics and the social order.

Author: Philip Gleason
Publisher: Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame Press [1968]
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Gleason, Philip.
Conservative reformers.
Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame Press [1968]
(OCoLC)707442909
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Gleason
OCLC Number: 255804
Description: x, 272 pages 24 cm
Contents: The nineteenth-century background --
Beginnings and growth --
The troubled scene at mid-century --
The founding and functions of the Central-Verein --
The controversies --
The legacy of battle --
Crisis and reorganization --
The crumbling Deutschtum --
The crisis of the widows and orphans fund --
The problem of the Vereinswesen --
The challenge of the Catholic federation --
The Vereinswesen reconstituted --
Taking up the social question --
Early stirrings --
The sources of social reform interest --
Gonner's Volksverein : an abortive beginning --
New leadership and a new beginning --
Frederick P. Kenkel - the new leader --
The creation of the Central Bureau --
Kenkel and Dietz --
The social reform program in action and design --
The work of the Central Bureau --
The activities of the member units --
Some reform attitudes --
Solidarism, the Central-Verein's social theory --
Conflicting influences from Germany --
The adjustment of multiple loyalties, 1908-1917 --
Getting along with non-German Catholics --
Getting along with non-Catholic Germans --
Multiple loyalties in crisis, 1914-1917 --
Alienated reformers in the twenties --
The impact of war and fading ethnicity --
The struggle for organizational survival --
New interests and old problems --
State socialism and true reform --
A conservative critique by alienated utopians --
The German-American Catholics and Americanization --
The pattern is maintained --
The creative moment --
The failure of creative response --
The paradox of conservative reformers --
The ambiguities of Americanization.

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