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Beveridge and the progressive era
Claude Gernade Bowers
Bibliography: p. -593.
|Statement||by Claude G. Bowers ...|
|LC Classifications||E748.B48 B6 1932x|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 610 p.|
|Number of Pages||610|
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Samuel M. Ralston could be classified among the more progressive of the candidates who swept the state elections. Such a political leaning helped him defeat Progressive Party nominee Albert J. Beveridge, his closest gubernatorial challenger.
The Progressive Party, or Bull Moose, were a third party of Republicans led by ex-President. BEVERIDGE, ALBERT JEREMIAH. Albert Jeremiah Beveridge ( – ) was one of the leading political progressives in the United States, and a highly respected was a champion of U.S.
economic growth, but he also sought to protect U.S. workers and consumers. Many Progressive era leaders combined active political careers with literary pursuits, but few met with the national acclaim that rewarded Sen. Albert Jeremiah Beveridge of Indiana.
His four-volume biography of John Marshall not only won the Pulitzer Prize for biography in but has stood the. In an era when it was not fashionable, and maybe even dangerous to do, North Haven native Lowell "Pete" Beveridge chose progressive politics and crossed stark racial lines.
Beveridge told his story in his first book, Domestic Diversity (and Other Subversive Acts), and it burned bridges with family members.
His political and personal choices led. at the Progressive convention of in Chicago. Beveridge's fame as an orator started with his declamatory avowal of American im-perialism in the Spanish-American War, and he maintained this enthusiasm for imperialism throughout the Progressive era. " 'The opposition tells us we ought not to rule a people without their con-sent.
—quoted in Beveridge and the Progressive Era PACIFIC OCEAN CANADA RUSSIA UNITED STATES MEXICO Alaska, 60°N 40°N 20°N Tropic of Cancer ° ° °W °W °W N S W E United States and its possessions 0 0 1, kilometers 1, miles GEOGRAPHY SKILLBUILDER 1. Location Where do the Hawaiian Islands lie in relation to the.Albert Jeremiah Beveridge (October 6, Ap ) was an American historian and United States Senator from Indiana.
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