Ideals of America; analyses of the guiding motives of contemporary American life by leaders in various fields of thought and action. Prepared for the City Club of Chicago 1916-1919.

Chicago, A. C. McClurg & Co., 1919.

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Subjects United States -- Civilization.
Description xv p., 324 p. 19 cm.
Contents Can America's ideal be consciously shaped? by G. E. Hooker.- Ideals in politics, by F. D. Bramhall.- Ideals in law, by J. B. Winslow.- Ideals in labor, by J. P. Frey.- Ideals of science, by J. M Coulter.- Ideals in education, by E. C. Moore.- Ideals in business. by A. E. Swanson.- Ideals in "society," by Elsie C. Parsons.- Ideals in music, by E. Dickinson.- Ideals in religion, by G. A. Coe.- Ideals in philosophy, by H. A. Overstreet.- Ideals in literature, by R. M. Lovett.- Human progress, by A. B. Pond.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)02762265
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