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The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America

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$80.00 • £64.95 • €72.00

ISBN 9780674013032

Publication Date: 06/15/2004

Short

384 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

35 line illustrations

World

    • 1. Introduction
  • I. The WASP Ascendancy
    • 2. The Rise of Anglo-America
    • 3. Limited Liberals: “Double-Consciousness” in Anglo-American Thought, 1750–1920
    • 4. Conservative Egalitarians: The Progressive Mind in the Nineteenth Century
  • II. The Cosmopolitan Vanguard, 1900–1939
    • 5. Pioneers of Equality: The Liberal Progressives
    • 6. Cosmopolitan Clerics: The Role of Ecumenical Protestantism
    • 7. Expressive Pathfinders: The New York Modernists
  • III. The Fall of Anglo-America
    • 8. Cosmopolitanism Institutionalized, 1930–1970
    • 9. The Decline of Anglo-America
    • 10. Cultural Modernization: Making Sense of Anglo-America’s Demise
    • 11. American Whiteness: Dominant Ethnicity Resurgent?
    • 12. Liberal Ethnicity and Cultural Revival: A New Paradigm
    • 13. Conclusion
  • Notes
  • References
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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