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Building a New American State: The Expansion of National Administrative ...

Stephen Skowronek - History - 1982 - 389 pages
Examines the reconstruction of institutional power relationships that had to be negotiated among the courts, the parties, the President, the Congress, and the states in order ...
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Dreamers of the American dream

Stewart Hall Holbrook - History - 1957 - 369 pages
Includes chapters on Oneida, Neal Dow, Timothy Shay Arthur, Frances Willard, Carry Nation, Populism, Henry George, Lucy Stone, Bloomers, Noble Order of Knights, Coxey's Army ...
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Contesting democracy: substance and structure in American political history ...

Byron E. Shafer, Anthony J. Badger - History - 2001 - 271 pages
In this defining statement about the state of the discipline, a "who's who" of prominent scholars addresses and critiques the entire sweep of American political history ...
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Something New Under the Sun: An Environmental History of the Twentieth ...

J. R. McNeill - History - 2000 - 421 pages
Assesses the impact of humanity on twentieth century Earth, exploring the indirect effects of politics, international relations, technological change, key scientists, and ...
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The Last Half-Century: Societal Change and Politics in America

Morris Janowitz - History - 1984 - 598 pages
Janowitz examines the societal changes that have weakened the electoral system and contributed to the further decline of social control, and encourages the development of new ...
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The Origins of American Social Science

Dorothy Ross - History - 1992 - 508 pages
Focusing on the disciplines of economics, sociology, political science, and history, this book examines how American social science came to model itself on natural science and ...
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Regulating a New Society: Public Policy and Social Change in America, 1900-1933

Morton Keller - History - 1994 - 396 pages
Morton Keller, a leading scholar of twentieth-century American history, describes the complex interplay between rapid economic change and regulatory policy. In its portrait of ...
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The Refuge of Affections: Family and American Reform Politics, 1900-1920

Eric Rauchway - History - 2001 - 237 pages
The Progressives -- those reformers responsible for the shape of many American institutions, from the Federal Reserve Board to the New School for Social Research -- have always ...
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