Occasions and protests.
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Politics and government
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
vi, 323 pages 21 cm.
Also issued online.
A collection of twenty-seven essays written over the last thirty years, filling in many historical gaps between publication of the author's "U.S.A." trilogy and "Midcentury."
The American Cause -- The Workman and His Tools -- The Harvard Afterglow -- Satire as a Way of Seeing -- The Use of the Past -- A Question of Elbow Room -- The Education of Leviathan, 1943-45 -- An Old-fashioned Progressive -- Labor at the Grassroots -- An Unreconstructed Jeffersonian -- Labor at the Level of the Leaders -- Science Under Siege -- American Modern -- We Give You...The Next President of the United States -- Pundit -- The Changing Shape of Institutions -- A Letter to an Editor -- England under a Labor Government: 1947 -- A Book Review -- Anonymously Yours -- Faulkner -- Cogitations in a Roman Theatre -- A Protest Protested: Please Mr. Rip Van Winkle Wake Up Some More -- Lincoln and His Almost Chosen People
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