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Of the People.: The 200-Year History of the Democratic Party

Brown, Ronald H., et al.

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ISBN 10: 1881649008 / ISBN 13: 9781881649007
Published by General Publishing Group, Los Angeles, CA, 1992
Condition: very good, good
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29 cm, 220, illus. (some in color), map, DJ worn at edges and corners. Bookseller Inventory # 20523

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Title: Of the People.: The 200-Year History of the ...

Publisher: General Publishing Group, Los Angeles, CA

Publication Date: 1992

Book Condition: very good, good

Edition: Bicentennial Edition. First Printing.

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A lavishly illustrated history of the Party, with contributed chapters by leading historians, as well as an introduction by Ron Brown, preface by John Kenneth Galbraith, foreword by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and afterword by Robert Reich. The final chapter, "Why I'm a Democrat" features 12 one-page statements by contemporary Democratic luminaries, including Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Ted Kennedy, and Jesse Jackson. Published by General Publishing Group, Inc., 3100 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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The Democratic Party did not originate in 1792, but no matter. In this lavishly illustrated (185 pictures, 45 in color) testimonial, the party's eminent historians--from Arthur Schlesinger Jr. and William E. Leuchtenberg to Alonzo L. Hamby and Steven M. Gillon--provide brief, chronological tributes to its triumphs and travails. Nine chapters of about 15 pages each, written by such specialists as Lance Banning and Jean H. Baker, take the story from 1776 to 1992. There are sections on domestic and foreign policy and 22 individual portraits. John Kenneth Galbraith provides the preface, and Robert B. Reich, in the best essay of the collection, the conclusion. This is celebratory history that plays down the Democrats' longtime proslavery and racist positions and emphasizes its commitment to personal liberties. Essential popular reading for Democrats in this election year.
- Harry W. Fritz, Univ. of Montana, Missoula
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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