By Katherine A.S. Sibley
With the research of the easiest students in this period, 29 essays show how lecturers then and also have addressed the political, fiscal, diplomatic, cultural, ethnic, and social background of the presidents of the Republican period of 1921-1933 - Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover.
- This is the 1st historiographical therapy of a long-neglected interval, starting from early remedies to the latest scholarship
- Features overview essays at the period, together with the legacy of progressivism in an age of “normalcy”, the historical past of yank international kinfolk after international warfare I, and race relatives within the Twenties, in addition to assurance of the 3 presidential elections and an intensive therapy of the explanations and results of the good Depression
- An advent by way of the editor offers an outline of the problems, historical past and old difficulties of the time, and the personalities at play
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