Triumph of Conservatism

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 30, 2008 - Political Science - 356 pages
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A radically new interpretation of the Progressive Era which argues that business leaders, and not the reformers, inspired the era’s legislation regarding business.
  

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Had to read this one for a grad class. Probably (hopefully) will never pick it up again. While I will admit that I didn't read it cover to cover, I don't think that that would've helped me enjoy or ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
1
Predictions and Promises
11
three Theodore Roosevelt and the Foundations
57
four Roosevelt As Reformer 19041906
79
seven The Ordeal of William Howard Taft 19091911
159
eight The Politics of 1912
190
nine Woodrow Wilson and the Triumph
217
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Gabriel Kolko is a scholar and activist who has written widely on sociology, philosophy, and history. He is the author of fourteen books.

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