Populism; the critical issues.
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Populism -- United States.
Populist Party (U.S.)
United States -- Politics and government -- 1865-1900.
xxii, 168 p. 24 cm.
The Omaha platform of the People's Party.--What's the matter with Kansas? By W. A. White.--The silver panacea, by C. V. Woodward.--The St. Louis Convention, by R. Durden.--The Negro in the Populist movement, by J. Abramowitz.--Southern Populists and the Negro, by R. Saunders.--The folklore of Populism, by R. Hofstadter.--The tolerant Populists, by W. T. K. Nugent.--Populist influences on American fascism, by V. C. Ferkiss.--Fear of man, by N. Pollack.--Critique of Norman Pollack's Fear of man, by I. Unger.--The radical specter, by M. P. Rogin.--Neither revolution nor reform, by S. Hackney.--Suggestions for further reading (p. 158-168)
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