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Walter T. K. Nugent
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The People's Party, also known as the Populist Party or simply the Populists, was a left-wing agrarian populist lateth-century political party in the United States. The Populist Party emerged in the early s as an important force in the Southern United States and the Western United States, but the party collapsed after it nominated Democrat William Jennings Bryan in the United Leader: James B. Weaver, William Jennings Bryan, . The Tolerant Populists, Second Edition About the Author He is the author or editor of more than a dozen books, most recently Into the West: The Story of Its People, Habits of Empire: A History of American Expansion, and Progressivism: A Very Short Introduction.
"Clanton is exceptionally well qualified to write the first serious history of the s Populists--the real Populists--in Congress. He also tells the truth: that what's often called 'populism' these days is degrees to the right of the real thing." Walter Nugent, author of Tolerant Populists. Walter T. K. Nugent, The Tolerant Populists: Kansas Populism and Nativism (); Michael P. Rogin, The Intellectuals and McCarthy: The Radical Specter (); James R. Green, Grass-Roots Socialism: Radical Movements in the Southwest, – ().
Letters to the Editor. see the preface to the new () edition of my “Tolerant Populists” (originally published in ). Williams might better have cited the best recent book on the. The Populist Vision presents Populists as overtly modern and progressive. According to one reviewer, this book “represents the culmination of the rehabilitation of the Populists of the s.”2 Postel argues that Populists strongly believed in the power of science and technology to improve their world and adapted the model of contemporary busi-.
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The result, The Tolerant Populists, was the first book-length, source-based analysis of the Populists. Nugent’s work sparked a movement to undo the historical revisionism and ultimately found itself at the center of tolerant Populists book controversy that has been called “one of the bloodiest episodes in American historiography.”5/5(1).
The result, The Tolerant Populists, was the first book-length, source-based analysis of the Populists. Nugent’s work sparked a movement to undo the historical revisionism and ultimately found itself at the center of a controversy that has been called “one of Brand: University of Chicago Press.
So the 50th anniversary edition of Walter Nugent’s The Tolerant Populists: Kansas Populism and Nativism, now out from the University of Chicago Press, is an exceptional book on a number of counts.
I’m by no means sure that the author, who is professor emeritus of history at the University of Notre Dame, would feel all that comfortable as a. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The tolerant Populists by Walter T. Nugent,University of Chicago Press edition, in Cited by: The Tolerant Populists is widely accepted as a definitive, highly influential work that prompted a major shift in the historiography of the Populist movement. Seeking, into “revise without rancor” (xvii), Nugent challenged the assertion that “the original, s Populists were nativists and anti-Semites and also the root of the.
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Nugent’s work sparked a movement to undo the historical revisionism and ultimately found itself at the center of a controversy that has been called “one of the bloodiest episodes in American historiography.”Brand: University of Chicago Press.
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The first one on your list is a fairly short work of political philosophy by Margaret Canovan, The People ().She starts with the populus Romanus of Ancient Rome and takes it from me what you like about this book and why it’s important. So the 50th anniversary edition of Walter Nugent’s The Tolerant Populists: Kansas Populism and Nativism, now out from the University of Chicago Press, is an exceptional book on a number of.
The tolerant Populists: Kansas, populism and nativism. -- Author: Nugent, Walter T. Publication info: Chicago: University of Chicago Press, . Populists differ in how "the people" are defined, but it can be based along class, ethnic, or national lines. Populists typically present "the elite" as comprising the political, economic, cultural, and media establishment, depicted as a homogeneous entity and accused of placing their own interests, and often the interests of other groups.
The result, The Tolerant Populists, was the first book-length, source-based analysis of the Populists. Nugent's work sparked a movement to undo the historical revisionism and ultimately found itself at the center of a controversy that has been called "one of /5(6).
The historian Walter Nugent, for example, argued in 's The Tolerant Populists that America's historical Populist Party was no more anti-pluralist than its opponents.
His book, The Tolerant Populists: Kansas Populism and Nativism, opened the first chapter by asking the reader to recall the Raphael painting Saint George and the Dragon, which has been on display in the National Gallery of Art since the s.
As historian Walter Nugent wrote in a preface to his book The Tolerant Populists, Hofstadter stood at the head of a revisionist scholarship which. Populists are dividers, not uniters, Mudde told me. They split society into “two homogenous and antagonistic groups: the pure people on the one end and the corrupt elite on the other,” and say.Subsequent work (e.g., Walter T.
K. Nugent, The Tolerant Populists[Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ]; Michael Rogin, The Intellectuals and McCarthy [Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, ]) has shown that almost all of Hofstadter’s historical claims about such groups and the social bases of their support are false.BOOK REVIEWS Ideas: A Study of Whitehead's Philosophy," which appeared in the Spring, issue of this journal.
Understanding Whitehead serves neither purpose: in its present form and length reading through it is a needless chore. H. FRANKEL Bromley, England The Tolerant Populists: Kansas Populism and Nativism, by Walter T. K. Nugent.