Ex America

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Caxton Press, 2004 - History
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Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press
For 50 years Garrett's The People's Pottage has stood as one of the seminal works outlining the intellectual debate that raged over Roosevelt's ambitious restructuring of the American body politic. The three monographs that made up The People's Pottage have been presented in hardcover form in Ex America, a 50th Anniversary Edition with a new foreword by Garrett historian Bruce Ramsey.
 

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The conservative journalist version of Zinn, focused on the Great Depression.

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Contents

Introduction 2004
xi
The Revolution Was 1938
1
EX AMERICA 1951
57
Rise of Empire 1952
93
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About the author (2004)

Garet Garrett was born Edward Peter Garrett in 1878. A reporter, essayist and editorial writer for the New York Sun, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and the Saturday Evening Post, Garrett became one of the most vociferous opponents of Roosevelt's New Deal Policies.

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