A Half-Century of Greatness: The Creative Imagination of Europe, 1848-1884

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Notes to the Editor's Introduction

1. For full citations of these and other relevant writings, see “Further Reading” at the end of this volume.

2. The Brooklyn College materials, in four archival boxes, were later returned to the Kurz Foundation when negotiations fell through. By the time they were recovered, the rest of the papers had already been accepted by NYU. At the present time, these “Brooklyn College” boxes are in the possession of the Solidarity Foundation (NY); it is expected that in the near future they will be deposited along with the rest of the Ewen papers in the Tamiment Collection, New York University.

3. For example, on proof p. 456, beginning of part three, chapter 3, “The Lyre and the Sword,” Kramer's marginal annotation: “Bad writing throughout this section” i.e., msp.458–468, (cf. Kramer, proof p.478: “clichés increase”; 487: “clichés”).


Notes to Part One, Chapter One

1. E. J. Hobsbawm, The Age of Revolution, 150.

2. Alexis de Tocqueville, Journeys to England and Ireland, ed. J. P. Mayer, 107–108; cited in Hobsbawm, op. cit., 27.

3. Cited in Hobsbawm, 298.

4. Friedrich Engels, The Condition of the Working Class in England, 296.

5. The Political Register, August 3,1830, cited in Elie Halévy, The Triumph of Reform, 8.

6. Cited in E. P. Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class, 250.

7. Halévy, op. cit., 18.

8. T. B. Macaulay, Prose and Poetry, Selected by G. M. Young, 675–676.

9. Arthur P. Stanley, Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, D. D., I, 290.

10. Lord Greville, Memoirs, June 16,1837, cited in Halévy, 298–299.

11. Andrew Ure, Philosophy of Manufacture (1836), cited in Halévy, 283.

12. Hetherington's The Poor Man's Guardian, October 15,1832, cited in E. P. Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class, 893.

13. “Report of the Proceedings of the Great Public Meeting,” cited in Thompson, 909.

14. Thompson, 912.

15. Ibid., 912, 913.

16. Cited in Harold Perkin, Origins of Modern English Society 1780–1880,173.

17. Cited in Owen Rattenbury, Flame of Freedom, 188.

18. See the studies of Patricia Hollis, The Pauper Press, and E. P. Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class.

19. The Cosmopolite, March 10,1832, cited in Hollis, 15.

20. The Poor Man's Guardian, July 26,1834, cited in Hollis, 222–223.

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