The age of reform: from Bryan to F. D. R.
This book is a landmark in American political thought. It examines the passion for progress and reform that colored the entire period from 1890 to 1940 -- with startling and stimulating results. it searches out the moral and emotional motives of the reformers the myths and dreams in which they believed, and the realities with which they had to compromise.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize.
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The Agrarian Myth and Commercial
THE FARMER AND THE REALmES
THE FRONTIER OH THE MARKET?
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