Papers of Edward P. Costigan: Relating to the Progressive Movement in Colorado, 1902-1917

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CONTENTS
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PREFACExi
I. GOVERNMENT OF, BY, AND FOR THE PEOPLE3
1. An Introduction to Practical Politics in Denver, October 15, 19024
2. Civil Service in Denver, February 12, 19058
3. Concerning the New Voters' League, August, 190514
4. What Can the Voters' League Do? December 17, 190515
5. On Judge Johnson's Writ of Injunction, June 13, 190626
6. An Independent Judiciary, August 9, 190639
7. The Tool Case, September 28, 190640
8. On Lincoln Steffens in Denver, November 5, 190771
9. The Direct Primary Nomination Movement, August 29, 190873
10. E. P. Costigan to J. E. Le Rossignol, February 15, 190978
11. The Construction and Constitutionality of the Colorado Local Option Law of 1907, circa 190980
12. Equal Suffrage, January 10, 1911101
13. The Popular Election of United States Senators, March 12, 1911102
II. REVISION OF RAILROAD RATES106
14. E. P. Costigan to C. A. Prouty, June 19, 1905107
15. Denver as a Basing Point and Distributing Center, circa 1906110
16. E. P. Costigan to F. L. Bartlett, August 27, 1909136
17. E. P. Costigan to A. J. Spengel, January 26, 1910140
III. THE PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT WITHIN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY143
18. Republicans, Attention! July 30, 1910145
19. Declaration of Principles of Progressive Republicans of Denver, September 16, 1910148

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