The Protestant establishment: aristocracy & caste in America, by E. Digby Baltzell.Material type: TextPublisher: New York, Random House Description: xviii, 429 p. illus. 22 cmSubject(s): Social classes -- United States | WASPs (Persons) -- United States | Social status -- United States | Elite (Social sciences) -- United States | United States -- Social conditionsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Protestant establishment: aristocracy & caste in America.DDC classification: 301.440973 LOC classification: HN57 | .B26
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Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 388-403).
The Lincoln family : how American aristocrats are made -- La Guardia, Weinberg and others : drawing the caste line -- The immigrants' progress and the theory of the establishment -- The ideological defense of caste : from Henry Adams to Madison Grant -- The social defense of caste : the two nations in the 1880's -- The aristocratic counterattack on caste : President Eliot and the two Roosevelts -- The intellectual counterattach on caste : the Social gospel reform and the new social sciencs -- The new freedom : Wilson, Brandeis and the caste establishment -- The Anglo-Saxon decade : success without leadership -- The caste establishment reacts to F.D.R. -- The intellectuals abandon the caste establishment -- The postwar status revolution : the caste establishment on the defensive -- The 1960's : the quest for a new aristocratic establishment -- Caste and the corporation -- Aristocracy on the campus -- The club.