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Midwestern progressive politics
R. B. Nye
Written in English
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Populism--progressive or retrogressive force? Posing this question, Norman Pollack draws on Populist manuscripts and newspapers, the best evidence for the movement's response to industrialism. In the words of farmers and workers, Populism springs to life, ceasing to be an abstraction. The author concludes that the movement, while primarily agrarian, had significant intellectual and labor Finding a New Midwestern History revives and identifies anew the Midwest as a field of study by promoting a diversity of viewpoints and lending legitimacy to a more in-depth, rigorous scholarly assessment of a large region of the United States that has largely been overlooked by scholars. The essays discuss facets of midwestern life worth
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Robert La Follette's term as governor of Wisconsin (–6) was a model of progressive reform. He won from the legislature an antilobbying law directed at large corporations, a state Beyond the Frontier: The Midwestern Voice in American Historical Writing ©, pages, 6 halftones Cloth $ ISBN: For information on purchasing the book—from bookstores or here online—please go to the webpage for Beyond the :// The origins of this book lie in the “Finding the Lost Region” conference held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, which brought together members of the new Midwestern History Association to present research on—and debate the future of—the :// Get this from a library.
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