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American Progressivism is a one-volume edition of some of the most important essays, speeches, and book excerpts from the leading figures of national Progressivism. It is designed for classroom use, includes an accessible interpretive essay, and introduces each selection with a brief historical and conceptual background. The introductory essay is written with the student in mind, and addresses the important characteristics of Progressive thought and the role of Progressives in the development of the American political tradition. Students of American political thought, American politics, American history, the presidency, Congress, and political parties will find this reader to be an invaluable source for insight into Progressivism.
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ISBN: 9780739141175
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The first section of this book was fantastic. I appreciated the discussion of progressivism as it related to politics, religion, etc. The rest of the book is a collection of papers, speeches, etc. by various progressives from Theodore Roosevelt to Woodrow Wilson and Jane Addams. While valuable reading, I skimmed most of them and stopped to read carefully only when something particularly caught my attention. Eventually I became exhausted by the sheer idiocy of some of the writings. I am glad I read it, I hope to never read it again.more

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The first section of this book was fantastic. I appreciated the discussion of progressivism as it related to politics, religion, etc. The rest of the book is a collection of papers, speeches, etc. by various progressives from Theodore Roosevelt to Woodrow Wilson and Jane Addams. While valuable reading, I skimmed most of them and stopped to read carefully only when something particularly caught my attention. Eventually I became exhausted by the sheer idiocy of some of the writings. I am glad I read it, I hope to never read it again.more
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