Uphill All the Way:
The Fortunes of Progressivism, 1919-1929

By Kevin C. Murphy, Copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved.

Abstract | Acknowledgements | Preface | Prologue
Intro | Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Conclusion

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