|LC Classifications||JK2372 .P6 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||166|
In the words of farmers and workers, Populism springs to life, ceasing to be an abstraction. The author concludes that the movement, while primarily agrarian, had significant intellectual and labor support; accepting industrialization, it opposed capitalistic industrialism as alienating and 4/5(1). The Populist Response to Industrial America (Paperback) Midwestern Populist Thought. By Norman Pollack. Harvard University Press, , pp. Publication Date: Decem In The Populist Response to Industrial America, Norman Pollack argues that Midwestern Populists were radical reformers who responded to industrialization in a progressive manner. Pollack's study is a revisionist response to previous Populist histories that portrayed the movement as regressive and opposed to industrialization/5. The Populist Response to Industrial America. By Norman Pollack. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, Pp. $ This volume, first written as a doctoral dissertation, is described as offering an entirely new interpretation of the Populist movement; its author purports to present an economic instead of a political analysis.
Book Reviews and Book Notes Book Reviews: The Populist Response to Industrial America. By Norman Pollack Article Sidebar. PDF Main Article Content. John L. Shover. San Francisco State College Article Details. Issue Pennsylvania History vol. 31, no. 3, July Author: John L. Shover. The Populist response to industrial America; midwestern Populist thought.. [Norman Pollack] -- This volume argues that Midwestern Populists were radical reformers who responded to industrialization in a progressive manner. The populist response to industrial America: midwestern populist thought by Pollack, NormanPages: All about The Populist Response to Industrial America by Norman Pollack. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Norman Pollack draws on Populist manuscripts and newspapers, the best evidence for the movement's response to industrialism. In the words of farmers and workers, Populism springs to life, ceasing to /5.
The Populist response to industrial America: midwestern Populist thought. JK P6 Myth and reality in the Populist revolt / [by] Edwin C. Rozwenc [and] John C. Matlon. In The Populist Temptation: Economic Grievance and Political Reaction in the Modern Era, Barry Eichengreen places the surge of new populisms within deep historical context, looking at the convulsions caused by populist agitators and the response from the political Senra Rodeiro recommends this clear and highly informative analysis. ume, The Populist Response to Industrial America: Midwestern Populist Thought (), found Populists to be rational, forward-looking, and even proto- socialist. In Kansas, Walter Nugent countered Hofstadter’s charges that Pop-ulists were nativistic bigots with The Tolerant Populists: Kansas, Populism and Nativisim (). I just read your book, Populism: A Very Short Introduction, and I was quite intrigued by your observation that nobody refers to themselves as a populist: it’s usually a term used to denounce political the same time, you also argue that it does have positive aspects. Populism does have some positive connotations here in the United States, but definitely, in Europe, ‘populism Missing: industrial America.