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Title: The development of national power: The ...
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Book Condition: Very Good
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hardcover book from 1976 by a Duke University professor. Contents include chapters on the setting for the development of national power: transportation, communications, railroad, industry, organized labor, immigration, agriculture, the government and national defense. The conflict of ideas section includes the impact of Darwin, critics of laissez faire, ideas from abroad, reform economics, reform religion and race relations. Other chapters include progressivism, the era of Theodore Roosevelt, Republican Collapse, progressivism and intervention, the first world war, and demobilization with the loss of national leadership.
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