The progressives.


Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1967] .

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Subjects Progressisme -- États-Unis.
Progressivism (United States politics)
Réformateurs -- Etats-Unis -- Correspondance.
Social reformers -- United States -- Correspondence.
Social reformers.
United States.
Series American heritage series (New York, N.Y.) ; 54.
Description xxxviii, 397 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes "Excerpts from ... autobiographies and reminiscences."
--Theodore Roosevelt holds to the rule of reason, from Autobiography.--Ida Tarbell discovers "The golden rule in industry" from All in a day's work.--Frederic Howe befriends the Irish, from The confessions of a reformer.--Josephus Daniels defends the color line, from Editor in politics.--Robert La Follette curbs the interests, from La Follette's autobiography.--George Norris unhorses an old guard, from Fighting liberal.--William Prendergast goes Bull Moose, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection.--Jane Addams stands at Armageddon, from McClure's.--Theodore Roosevelt sums it up, from The outlook.--Jacob Riis asserts his patriotism, from The making of an American.--Mary Simkhovitch musters a settlement house, from Neighborhood.--Roger Baldwin defends civil liberties and resists the draft, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection.
Bibliogr. Index.
Contents Ida Tarbell discovers "The golden rule in industry" from All in a day's work.--Frederic Howe befriends the Irish, from The confessions of a reformer.--Josephus Daniels defends the color line, from Editor in politics.--Robert La Follette curbs the interests, from La Follette's autobiography.--George Norris unhorses an old guard, from Fighting liberal.--William Prendergast goes Bull Moose, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection.--Jane Addams stands at Armageddon, from McClure's.--Theodore Roosevelt sums it up, from The outlook.--Jacob Riis assets his patriotism, from The making of an American.--Mary Simkhovitch musters a settlement house, from Neighborhood.--Roger Baldwin defends civil liberties and resists the draft, from Reminiscences, Columbia University Oral History Collection.
Introduction.--Selected bibliography (pages xxxv-xxxvii)--Vernon Louis Parrington recalls the spirit of an age, from Main currents of American thought.--Richard Ely inaugurates the new economics, from Ground under our feet.--W.E.B. Du Bois proposes a science of equality, from Dusk of dawn.--Jane Addams weighs the burdens of the poor, from Twenty years at Hull House.--Margaret Sanger takes up the fight for birth control, from My fight for birth control.--Rabbi Stephen Wise sides with labor, from The challenging years.--Monsignor John Ryan calls for a living wage, from Social doctrine in action.--The Reverend Washington Gladden shuns tainted money, from Recollections.--Ray Stannard Baker holds on to his muckrake, from American chronicle.--Theodore Roosevelt holds to the rule of reason, from Autobiography.
Genre Records and correspondence.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)427252
(OCoLC)ocm00427252
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Resek, Carl,
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