Teaching the Commons: Place, Pride, and the Renewal of Community

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Index
Accumulation, 9, 13, 37, 38, 42, 47, 49
Locke on, 67, 68, 69
Adams, John, 75, 81
Adams, Samuel, 75
Agrarian liberalism, 90. See also Populist movement
Agribusiness, 40, 51, 110, 112-113. See also Farm expansion
Agricultural extension, 109, 171(n25)
Agricultural laborers, 88, 89. See also Tenant farmers
Agricultural society, 16, 17, 18, 65, 75, 85, 86, 87
cultural assumptions, 17, 64
See also Country Life movement; Enclosure movement; Land acquisition; Peasants; Population; Time, cyclic; Transcendentalism
Agriculture
government/corporate interests, 109, 110
prices, 110, 111, 112
production cuts, 30, 111
research, 40
subsistence, 21-22
surpluses, 111, 112
sustainable, 16, 18, 36-37, 58
See also Agribusiness; Agricultural society; Land acquistion; Populist movement
Agriculture, U.S. Department of (USDA), 109
Alcohol, 83
Alcott, Bronson, 85
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten ( Fulgham), 44
American Farm Bureau Federation, 109
American Farm Review, 106
American Revolution, 75, 78, 82
American Socialist Party, 101
Anarchy, 79
Anderson, Wilbert, 103
Articles of Confederation, 23
Association building, 85
Authoritarianism, 167(ch3, n2)
Autonomy. See under Individualism
Bacon, Francis, 12, 18, 38-39, 45, 70
Bailey, Liberty Hyde, 87, 103, 104, 105
Ball, John, 59
Banking, 28. See also Credit
Bastard, Thomas, 59
Bede the Venerable, 166(n3)
Beecher, Catharine, 85
Bentham, Jeremy, 14
Berlin, Isaiah, 61
Berry, Wendell, 43, 62, 87, 108, 148
Black Death, 37, 60
Bones of Plenty, The ( Hudson), 138
Boston Globe, 69
Brook Farm (agrarian colony), 85
Bryan, William Jennings, 100, 101, 115
Bubonic plague, 37, 60
Burr, Aaron, 23
Burroughs, John, 87
Bushnell, Horace, 85
Cahill, Thomas, 10
Calendar, 35, 166(n3). See also Time
Calvin, John, 10-11, 62
Carney, Mabel, 103, 105
Catholic Church, 10, 11, 38
in England, 167(ch4, n5)
Charles I ( king of England), 62
Childhood, 165(n30)
Christianity, 37, 39, 42. See also Catholic Church; Churches; Religion
Churches, 90
in Old Northwest, 26-27
and schools, 24, 166(n1)
City of God (St. Augustine), 163(n2)
Civil War, 94, 96
Clay, Henry, 24, 85

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