Culture as history: the transformation of American society in the twentieth century

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Pantheon Books, 1984 - History - 321 pages
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The book looks at culture, sometimes unconscious culture, both high brow and low brow as a driving force in civilization. His analysis is of American History, primarily from its inception to 1950 or ... Read full review

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Susman provides some interesting comments on American culture, arguing that the battles taking place in America often have little to with politics. The cultural realm has seen more dramatic combat ... Read full review

Contents

THE FRONTIER THESIS AND
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THE NATURE OF AMERICAN CONSERVATISM
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SOCIALISM AND AMERICANISM
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