Ideologies and Utopias: The Impact of the New Deal on American Thought

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Index
Adams, Franklin P., 88
Adams, Henry, 195
Adams, James Truslow, 3, 6-11, 28- 29, 31-33, 44, 89, 102, 195, 228
Adams, John Quincy, 5-6
Addams, Jane, 53
Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA), 92, 95, 109-110, 112, 118, 181-183, 185
Agriculture Department, 93, 114, 240
Agriculture, planning for, 109-118
Aiken, Conrad, 168-169
Alien Registration Act, 252-253
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 98
Alsberg, Henry G., 168
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 56
America and the Young Intellectual ( Stearns), 12
America Faces the Future ( Beard), 52
America First Committee, 236-237, 245
America Now ( Stearns), 239
American Anthropological Association, 230
American Artists Congress, 155
American Association for Adult Education, 242
American Association of University Professors, 230
"American Century, The," 246-248, 260
American Civil Liberties Union, 191, 195
American Commonwealth Political Federation, 186
American Council of Learned Societies, 170
American dream, 4-10, 19, 31, 35
American Federation of Labor, 48, 55
American Guide Series, 168-169
American Individualism ( Hoover), 41
American Institute of Architects, 157
American Labor party, 186
American League Against War and Fascism, 185, 220
American Mercury,16
American mission and manifest destiny, 4-5
American Revolution, 3-4
American Society of Mural Painters, 157
American Student Union, 97
American Stuff ( Alsberg), 168
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 43
American Trade Union Delegation, 61
American Writers' Congress, 174, 185, 221
American Youth Congress, 185

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents *
  • One - The Crisis in the American Dream 3
  • Two - The Search for Solutions 36
  • Three - Roosevelt in a Word 72
  • Four - Toward a New Public Philosophy 105
  • Five - Life Can Be Beautiful 141
  • Six - A Chorus of Dissent 177
  • Seven - War and the Intellectuals 208
  • Eight - The Wave of the Future 245
  • A Note on Sources 267
  • Notes 271
  • Index 297
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