Populism to progressivism in Alabama. (Book, 1969) [University of Maryland, College Park]
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Populism to progressivism in Alabama.

Author: Sheldon Hackney
Publisher: Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1969.
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Library of Alabama Classics Winner of the Albert J. Beveridge Award of the American Historical Association & ldquo;In this excellent study of Alabama politics, Hackney deftly analyzes the leadership, following, and essential character of Populism and Progressivism during the period from 1890 to 1910. The work is exceptionally well written; it deals with the personal, social, and political intricacies involved; and  Read more...
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Hackney, Sheldon, 1933-2013.
Populism to progressivism in Alabama.
Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1969
(OCoLC)578716567
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sheldon Hackney
OCLC Number: 10986
Description: xv, 390 pages maps 23 cm
Contents: Who were the Populists? --
Race or reason? --
Neither revolution nor reform --
The Populist mentality --
Fusion and confusion --
What happened to the Populists? --
The progressive alternative --
The movement for disfranchisement --
The Negro and disfranchisement --
Politics in the convention --
Progressivism finds a formula --
The election of 1906 --
The Comer administration --
The crocheted design.

Abstract:

Library of Alabama Classics Winner of the Albert J. Beveridge Award of the American Historical Association & ldquo;In this excellent study of Alabama politics, Hackney deftly analyzes the leadership, following, and essential character of Populism and Progressivism during the period from 1890 to 1910. The work is exceptionally well written; it deals with the personal, social, and political intricacies involved; and it combines traditional and quantitative techniques with a clarity and imagination that should serve as a spur and a model for many future studies.
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