A Man from Kansas: The Story of William Allen White

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Part One THE EARLY YEARS 1868-1900 1
  • 1. His Life a Paradox 3
  • 2. What Made Kansans Peculiar 7
  • 3. White's Ancestry 17
  • 4. Organized Propaganda Born 25
  • 5. Influences at Home and College 31
  • 6- Undergraduate Newspaper Experiences 44
  • 7- a Working Newspaperman And The Kansas City Star 50
  • 9. Growth Through Competition 66
  • 10. "What's the Matter with Kansas?" 76
  • Part Two THE MIDDLE YEARS 1900-1916 79
  • 1. Editor and Writer 81
  • 2. Expanding Political Influence 99
  • 3. New Political Horizons 105
  • 4. T.R. and William Allen White 109
  • 5. White Breaks with the G.O.P. 120
  • 6. the Bull Moose Interlude 126
  • 7. the Growing Philosopher 140
  • 8. Mostly the Gazette 149
  • Part Three THE FRUITION 1916-1944 159
  • 1. the Fruition 161
  • 2- Conversationalist And Correspondent 192
  • 3- a Variety of Activities, Including Book-Of-The-Month Club 198
  • 4. an Obituary Writer 209
  • 5- National Political Activities 1916-1924 222
  • 6. Freedom of Speech and of the Press 228
  • 7. Tolerance and the Ku Klux Klan 234
  • 8- National Political Activities 1928-1943 250
  • 9. a Man of Peace 264
  • 10- Committee to Defend America By Aiding the Allies 275
  • 11. Last Editorials 288
  • 12. the End of the Story 292
  • Index 299
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