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In Grass-Roots Socialism, James Green includes information about the party's propaganda techniques, especially those used in the lively newspapers that claimed fifty thousand subscribers in the Southwest by 1913, and information about the attractive summer camp meetings that drew thousands of poor white tenant farmers to weeklong agitation and education sessions. In this broadly based study, Green examines such popular leaders as Oklahoma's Oscar Ameringer (the 'Mark Twain of American Socialism"), "Red Tom" Hickey of Texas, and Kate Richards O'Hare, who was second only to Eugene Debs as a Socialist orator.
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James R. Green teaches in the College of Community and Public Service, University of Massachusetts at Boston. He received his doctorate from Yale University and has also taught at Brandeis University and Warwick University, England, where he was a visiting lecturer at the Centre for the Study of Social History.
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Book Description Louisiana State University Press, 1978. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0807103675
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # S-0807103675