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New Deal thought / edited by Howard Zinn.


Indianapolis, IN. : Hackett Pub. Company, 2003.
ISBN 0872206866, 9780872206861, 0872206858, 9780872206854

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman stacks
E806 .N425 2003 Available Request
American
LIB stacks
JC176 .A5 no.70 Available Request
George Mason
Gateway Library stacks
E806 .N425 2003 Available Request
Other Authors Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010.
Subjects New Deal, 1933-1939 -- Sources.
New Deal.
Social policy.
United States -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Sources.
United States -- Social policy -- Sources.
United States.
Series American heritage series (New York, N.Y.)
Description xlvii, 431 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 2003.
Notes Originally published: Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill, ©1966. (The American heritage series).
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. The Myth of Rugged American Individualism / Charles A. Beard -- 2. Production for Use / Upton Sinclair -- 3. After Capitalism -- What? / Reinhold Niebuhr -- 4. The Age of Distribution / Stuart Chase -- 5. The Future of Liberalism / John Dewey -- 6. A Philosophy for Politicians / Thurman Arnold -- 7. Every Man Has a Right to Life / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 8. The Roosevelt Program and Organization of the Weak / Paul H. Douglas -- 9. The Ambiguity of the New Deal / Robert M. MacIver -- 10. Business Needs the New Deal / Edward A. Filene -- 11. We Need a Declaration of Interdependence / Henry A. Wallace -- 12. Bold, Persistent Experimentation / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 13. Planning Must Replace Laissez Faire / Rexford Guy Tugwell -- 14. A Business Approach to Economic Planning / Gerard Swope -- 15. Planning Will Lead to Oligarchy / Walter Lippmann -- 16. Planning Step by Step / David E. Lilienthal -- 17. Controlling the Giant Corporation / Ernest Gruening -- 18. How Effective is Securities Regulation? / William O. Douglas -- 19. Stop Collectivism in Business / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 20. The Rule of Reason in Antitrust Action / Thurman Arnold -- 21. Roosevelt's Refusal to Make a Choice / Raymond Moley -- 22. The Concentration of Economic Power / Temporary National Economic Committee -- 23. The War on Distress / Harry L. Hopkins -- 24. End the Slums / Nathan Straus -- 25. The Government Should Support Art / Lewis Mumford -- 26. The Drama of the Federal Theater Project / Hallie Flanagan -- 27. A TVA "Yardstick" for the Opinion Industries / Max Lerner -- 28. The Need for Long-Range Public Investment / Alvin Hansen -- 29. Unions of Their Own Choosing / The Wagner Act -- 30. Why Exclude Domestic Workers? / Heywood Broun -- 31. Industrial Democracy in Steel / John L. Lewis -- 32. Liberals Disagree on the Sit-down Strike: A G. M. Stockholder Visits Flint / Robert Morss Lovett -- Liberals Disagree on the Sit-down Strike: A Letter F. D. R. Ought to Write / Oswald Garrison Villard -- 33. How the NLRB Changed "Little Siberia" / Philip Murray -- 34. Urban Support for the Farmer / Fiorello La Guardia -- 35. A Defense of the New Deal Farm Program / Henry A. Wallace -- 36. Damn the Whole Tenant System / William R. Amberson -- 37. The Torment of Migrant Workers in California / John Steinbeck -- 38. Farm Workers and "Dirt Farmers" Need Power / Carey McWilliams -- 39. For a Thirty-Hour Work Week / Hugo Black -- 40. The Consumer Must be Permitted to Consume / Stuart Chase -- 41. The Principles of Social Security / Frances Perkins -- 42. The Social Security Act is Only a Beginning / Henry Ellenbogen -- 43. A Fair Day's Pay for a Fair Day's Work / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 44. The Breakdown of Relief / Samuel Lubell and Walter Everett -- 45. Government Should Also Protect "The Right to Health" / Henry E. Sigerist -- 46. Does the South Owe the Negro a New Deal? / Guy B. Johnson -- 47. The New Deal: Slogans for the Same Raw Deal / John P. Davis -- 48. The New Deal is for the Negro / Robert C. Weaver -- 49. U.S. Department of (White) Justice / Walter White -- 50. Not "Special Consideration" But a "New Social Order for All" / Harold L. Ickes -- 51. Can Federal Action Change the South? / W. E. B. Du Bois -- 52. Social Issues Before the Supreme Court / Felix Frankfurter -- 53. Fallacies About the Court / Morris R. Cohen -- 54. The Court Needs "New and Younger Blood" / Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 55. Minimum-Wage Laws are Constitutional / The Supreme Court Retreats -- 56. FDR Was "A Little Left of Center" / Francis Perkins -- 57. The New Deal "Moves in Every Direction at Once" / Benjamin Stolberg and Warren Jay Vinton -- 58. A New Party to Challenge Capitalism / Floyd B. Olson -- 59. Socialism, Not Roosevelt's Pale Pink Pills / Norman Thomas -- 60. The Maintenance of Prosperity Is Extremely Difficult / John Maynard Keynes -- 61. The Old Problems are Unsolved / John Dewey -- 62. "Extraordinary Accomplishments" and "Failure in the Central Problem" / The New Republic.
Genre Aufsatzsammlung.
History.
Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)52559194
(OCoLC)ocm52559194
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