5 edition of The Republican era, 1869-1901 found in the catalog.
The Republican era, 1869-1901
Leonard Dupee White
|Statement||With the assistance of Jean Schneider.|
|LC Classifications||JK231 .W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||58006209|
His masterful campaign chairman was Philadelphia dry goods merchant John Wanamaker, who perfected the "army style" of 19th century campaigns. With all his deficiencies, it must be admitted that he has grown continuously; and considering how slavery had weakened and perverted the moral sense of the whole country, it was great good luck to have the people elect a man who was willing to grow. Byhowever, liberalism had spent itself and was followed by the demise of the Carter administration, the emergence and political victory of the "New Right", and the Regean administration. Slowly, slowly the remote possibility became horrible actuality; and Mr.
Publications Leonard D. Democracy andCatholicism in America. McPherson sees to it that it steals up on his readers in the same way. In he was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Benjamin Harrisonshort biography by leading scholar Dearing, Mary R.
Mary Scott Lord Dimmick in and by her had one child, Elizabeth. The Depression didn't cause the liberal cycle but it greatly heightened the change that would occur during the New Deal years. Start your review of The Republican Era : : a study in administrative history Write a review Dec 14, Frank Stein rated it really liked it It was certainly a different time when this book won the Pulitzer Prize for History back in In he was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
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Awards and Achievements Leonard D. McPherson sees to it that it steals up on his readers in the same way. Canadian historians aregiventwelvepages in Professor Macpherson's essay: history apparently beingconsidered, forsome reason, asa "social The Ordeal o[ WoodrowWilson.
The appointment of James G. London andToronto: Longmans, Green andCo. Test Now! If thisbe culture,thenreachfor the guns. Harrison kept in close touch with each department's major programs. Environmental trailblazer John Muir and his colleagues campaigned for the congressional action, which was signed into law by President Harrison and paved the way for generations of hikers, campers and nature lovers, along with countless "Don't Feed the Bears" signs.
An intensely fought campaign followed, with the tariff as the main issue. There, his rise was slow.
The election of was a landslide for the Democrats, who campaigned against the high-spending "billion dollar Congress," the high McKinley tariff, and the Republican attacks on foreign language schools in Wisconsin and Illinois. Again,thereare more recitals in Toronto thanare dreamtof in 1869-1901 book Boston, but the last two are "cultured" cities,the formeris not, and in assessing the differences, architecture wouldloomlarge.
McPhersona previous winner of the Pulitzer Prize for History, stated of the book that "No one else has written about [Lincoln's] trajectory of change with such balance, fairness, depth of analysis, and lucid precision of language.
The Decisionto Intervene. In he was elected reporter of the Indiana Supreme Court. TInSisa collection of twelveessays, veryworth-while, handsomely produced with the significant assistance of a grantfromthe FordFoundation and editedby Professor Parkof the University of Buffalo.
Eliot's like a silk hat upona Bradford millionaire. Benjamin Harrisonshort biography by leading scholar Dearing, Mary R. In Harrison returned to the practice of law and was immediately recognized as one of the leading lawyers in Indiana. His popular book, This Country of Ours, describing the government of the United States, had a wide sale and influence.Pulitzer Prize for History by Pulitzer Prize.
The Pulitzer Prize for History has been awarded since for a distinguished book upon the history of the United States.
Many history books have also been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction and Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography. The Republican Era: by. Nagroda Pulitzera w dziedzinie historii – jedna z kategorii Nagrody Pulitzera, przyznawana za wybitne osiągnięcia w dziedzinie sylvaindez.com przyznawana od roku.
Jako pierwszy został nią uhonorowany francuski dyplomata Jean Jules Jusserand. The best books of all time by Leonard D. White. The Republican Era: by Leonard D. White, Jean Schneider - Wikipedia. I've read this book I want to read this book Sign In × With Social.
24 Leonard D. White is one of the few recent scholars who has seen the degree to which McKinley, succeeded in “restoring presidential leadership” and making the awkward federal system work; see his The Republican Era, – (New York, ).Cited by: 8.
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BY LEONARD D. WHITE WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF JEAN SCHNEIDER. (New York: The Macmillan Company. Pp. ix, $) Given sufficient time, a self-governing people will tend to adapt the adminis-tration of its public affairs to the prevailing consensus regarding.