Politics, Reform, and Expansion, 1890-1900

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Index
Abbott, Grace, 30
Adams, Brooks, 1; quoted, 279
Adams, Charles F., 253
Adams, Henry, quoted, 1, 126; theory of history, 17; History of the United States, 17; on the panic, 143, 144, 278
Adams, Henry C., 15
Addams, Jane, social reformer, 19; quoted, 25; founding of Hull House, 29, 30
Agriculture, westward movement, 49; movement of farmers to cities, 49; declining rural population, 50; in New England, 50-51; in the South, 51-52; in the West, 52-54; decline of morale, 55-60; influence of railroads, 56-57; decline of prices, 57-60; improvement after 1897, 60-62; agricultural education, 63-64; agricultural science, 64-66; agricultural exports, 84-86
Aldrich, Nelson, 10, 150, 159, 266
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 254
Alger, Russell A., Secretary of War, 237-238
Allen, Frederick Lewis, 156
Allen, William V., 150, 160, 198, 199
Allison, William B., 150, 159, 272
Altgeld, John Peter, biography, 179; conflict with Cleveland, 179-180; promotes silver, 192, 193; endorsed Bryan, 196; Roosevelt's opinion of Altgeld, 200; causes of Bryan's defeat, 209
American Economic Association, 15
American Federation of Labor, 87- 91, 174
American Historical Association, 18
American Railway Union, 169, 170, 173-177
American Sugar Refining Co., 159- 160, 184
Amringer, Oscar, quoted, 205
Anti-Imperialist League, 253-255
Apperson, Elmer and Edgar, 81
Arena, The, 19
Arnold, J. W., 177
Art museums, 44
Ashford, Bailey K., 64-65
Associated Press, 20
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, 76, 141
Atkinson, Edward, 256
Atlantic, quoted, 151
Atwater, Wilbur O., 65
Australian ballot, 136-137
Automobiles, early years of, 80-82
Bacon, August O., Bacon amendment, 258
Bacon, Robert, 155
Baker, Ray Stannard, quoted, 60-61, 163, 168
Banker's Magazine, quoted, 142
Baring Brothers, 146
Beard, Charles A., 18
Bellamy, Edward, 278
Belmont, August, 36, 147, 155-157
Bemis, Edward W., 19
Berger, Victor, 273
Berkman, Alexander, 132
Betancourt, Salvador C., 220

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Editors' Introduction ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Chapter 1 - The Restless Decade 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Revolt of the Cities 23
  • Chapter 3 - The Decline of Agriculture 48
  • Chapter 4 - Progress and Poverty 72
  • Chapter 5 - Billion-Dollar Politics 94
  • Chapter 6 - The Election of 1892 119
  • Chapter 7 - Depression, Bonds, and Tariffs 141
  • Chapter 8 - 1894 163
  • Chapter 9 - The Bryan Campaign 187
  • Chapter 10 - The Drums of War 212
  • Chapter II - The War with Spain 235
  • Chapter 12 - End of a Decade 260
  • Bibliography 281
  • Index 305
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