The Intellectuals and McCarthy: The Radical Specter

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INDEX
Academic freedom, Populists and, 180-181
Adams, John, 47
Agrarian radicalism, 119, 261-267
and Alfred Smith election of 1928, 81, 151, 154
Catholics and, 122
causes of, 187-189
decline of, 189-191, 208-210
and extremism, 211-215
and industrialization, 34-58 passim
and McCarthyism, 27-31, 131-136, 220- 222, 240
and the Russian-Germans, 120-124
see also Non-Partisan League; Populist movement; Progressive movement
Alien and Sedition Acts, 47
America First Committee, 106, 214
American Civil Liberties Union, 178
American Farm Bureau Federation, 192
American Federation of Labor, 192, 278
American Medical Association, 21
American Protective Association, 177
Anti-Saloon League, 21, 181, 208
Anti-Semitism, Populism and, 173-174
Arnold, Thurman, 41
Authoritarian personality, support for Mc-Carthy and, 28, 33, 94-95, 240
Authoritarian Personality, The, by T. W. Adorno et al., 18
Beard, Charles, Populist movement and followers of, 183
Bell, Daniel, 6, 11, 17, 27-28, 173, 226
Bennington, Vt., 29, 227-228, 235, 240
Benton, William, 245, 256
Bill of Rights, 178
Blaine, John, 75
Brandeis, Louis, 37, 41, 197n, 199, 203n
Britain
Langer and, 130-131
McCarthy and, 131, 223, 251
Populists and, 176
Bryan, William Jennings,55, 66, 174, 190
Bundenz, Louis, 250
Burdick, Quentin, 133-134, 135, 267
Burdick, Usher, 106, 128, 133, 134
Bureaucracy, 28, 265-267
and conservatism, 221-222
and progressivism, 193-194, 199-202, 205-206
Weber on, 12-13
Businessmen, McCarthy and, 29, 201-204, 222-223, 236, 259
Calvinism, 38
Carlson, Frank, 253
Carnegie, Andrew, 49, 50 quoted, 54
Case, Francis H., 161, 162n, 164
Catholics, 176, 177, 262
and McCarthyism, 238-239, 246
in North Dakota, 131
in Democratic Party, 109
opposition to Non-Partisan League, 122, 123
in South Dakota and Smith election of 1928151, 156
in Wisconsin, 61, 69, 70n
Chamberlain, John, 250
Child labor, 53, 196
China, "loss of," 224, 243
Choate, Rufus, 51-52
Class politics, 17, 47, 49, 59-60, 186, 273
and Populist movement, 114-115, 182- 183
and progressive movement, 118-119
Cleveland, Grover, 176
Cohn, Roy, 253
Cold war, 99, 100
Communism, McCarthy support and, 99, 223-225, 228, 242-244
Congress of Industrial Organizations, 191, 279, 280
Consensus, seeLockean consensus; Social cohesion
Conservatism, 49, 207, 210-211, 215
agrarian radicalism and, 55-57, 58
and attacks on state, 53-54
factors influencing character of, 57-58
and McCarthyism, 220-226, 229-231, 234-236, 251-253
and Populist rhetoric, 50-57passim
pseudo versus real, 56-58
social legislation and, 53
and utopianism, 54
see alsoFederalists; Lockean moralism and conservative ideology; Whigs
Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, 109, 115
Corn belt, seelistings under Farmers
Cornwall, William, quoted, 54-55
Coughlin, Father, 103, 105, 131, 213 see also Union Party
Crawford, Coe, 66, 72, 146, 148
Croly, Herbert, 197n, 198, 203n
Cross pressure, 23-24
Cuba, Populists and, 177
Cummins, Albert B., 66

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