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Men of good hope ; a story of American progressives.

Author/creator Aaron, Daniel, 1912-2016
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoNew York : Oxford University Press, 1951.
Descriptionxiv, 329 pages ; 22 cm
Subject(s)
Contents Emerson and the progressive tradition.--Theodore Parker: "the battle of the nineteenth century."--Henry George: the great paradox.--Edward Bellamy: village utopian.--Henry Demarest Lloyd: the middle-class conscience.--William Dean Howells: the gentleman from Altruria.--Thorstein Veblen: moralist and rhetorician.--Theodore Roosevelt and Brooks Adams: pseudo-progressives.--In retrospect: 1912-1950.--Notes on sources (p. 309-321)
Local noteLittle-119154 - $14.95
LCCN 51001402

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