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Harvard Historical Studies 132

Ernest Gruening and the American Dissenting Tradition

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HARDCOVER

$85.50 • £68.95 • €77.00

ISBN 9780674260603

Publication Date: 11/20/1998

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

8 halftones

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  • List of Illustrations*
  • Prologue
  • 1. The Progressive Impulse
  • 2. The Anti-imperialist Impulse
  • 3. The Dilemmas of Progressivism
  • 4. The Dilemmas of Anti-imperialism
  • 5. The Alaskan Agenda
  • 6. The Washington Agenda
  • 7. The Dilemmas of Dissent
  • 8. The Limits of Dissent
  • 9. The Frustrations of Dissent
  • Notes
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Index
  • * Illustrations
    • Gruening with Federico and Ferdinand Henriquez y Caraval, 1921
    • Gruening as adviser to the U.S. delegation to the Montevideo Conference, 1933
    • Gruening voting with Dorothy in Juneau, early 1940s
    • Gruening testifying before the Senate Interior Committee on behalf of Alaskan statehood
    • Gruening with colleague Wayne Morse
    • Official photo of Gruening, U.S. Senate
    • Gruening sharing a moment of cordiality with Robert Kennedy
    • Gruening with Colombian president Alberto Lleras Camargo, 1965

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