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John D. Buenker describes the ne complex of nineteenth-century America, how it developed, and the services it provided for the newly-arrived immigrant.

John D. His important new finding is that the so-called urban political machine and boss, long objects of disdain, were in fact major sources of support for a vast amount of reform legislation during the Progressive Era. The outlook and philosophy of programs that are now considered liberal, Mr. Buenker concludes, largely originated with the urban machine politician and what today would be called the ethnic working class

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John David Buenker, American history educator. Historical Dictionary of the Progressive Era, 1890-1920

John David Buenker, American history educator. Guggenheim Foundation fellow, 1975-1976; recipient William Adee Whitehead award New Jersey History Society, 1969, Harry E. Pratt award Illinois History Society, 1970; named Wisconsin Professor of Year, Council of Advancement and Support of Education, 1990-1991. Historical Dictionary of the Progressive Era, 1890-1920 ) . Ronald M. Johnson, Georgetown University John D.

Buenker, John D. Urban Liberalism and Progressive Reform (1973). Huthmacher, J. Joseph. Buenker, John D. The History of Wisconsin, Vol. 4: The Progressive Era, 1893–1914 (1998). The Chicago Pragmatists and American Progressivism (1993). Maxwell, Robert S. La Follette and the Rise of the Progressives in Wisconsin.

“Buenker has written a historical account that skillfully reveals the heretofore-untold story of early twentieth-century machine-reformism. Moreover, he has suggested a new synthesis for the Progressive era that should prove valuable to all seeking to restructure the history of that period.” ―Ronald M. Johnson, Georgetown University

John D. Buenker describes the boss-immigrant-machine complex of nineteenth-century America, how it developed, and the services it provided for the newly-arrived immigrant. His important new finding is that the so-called “urban political machine” and “boss,” long objects of disdain, were in fact major sources of support for a vast amount of reform legislation during the Progressive Era. The outlook and philosophy of programs that are now considered liberal, Mr. Buenker concludes, largely originated with the urban machine politician and what today would be called the ethnic working class.
Urban Liberalism and Progressive Reform (Norton library) download epub
Politics & Government
Author: John D. Buenker
ISBN: 0393008800
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company (February 17, 1978)
Pages: 324 pages