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Transatlantic Social Politics : 1800-Present

By: Scroop, Daniel.
Contributor(s): Heath, Andrew.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: 1 online resource (277 p.).ISBN: 9781137470966.Subject(s): Europe -- Politics and government | Europe -- Relations -- United States | Europe -- Social policy | Political culture -- Europe -- History | Political culture -- United States -- History | Social networks -- Political aspects -- Europe -- History | Social networks -- Political aspects -- United States -- History | United States -- Politics and governmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Transatlantic Social Politics : 1800-PresentDDC classification: 306.209182/1 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 An American Sonderzeit? Reconsidering Rodgers in Light of Antebellum Educational Reform -- Chapter 2 Paris, Philadelphia, and the Question of the Nineteenth-Century City -- Chapter 3 "Acquainting America with Work in Foreign Experiment Stations": Benjamin Orange Flower and The Arena: A Case Study -- Chapter 4 In Search of a Populist Atlantic: The Transatlantic Travels of William Jennings Bryan and Robert M. La Follette Jr
Chapter 5 Beyond Uplift and Efficiency: Isaac M. Rubinow, Immigration, and Transatlantic Health Care Reform, 1900-1935 -- Chapter 6 Social Politics in a Transoceanic World in the Early Cold War Years -- Chapter 7 Technocracy, Modernization, and Reform: The Transatlantic Politics of the Spanish Right in the 1960s -- Chapter 8 "We Are All Europeans": Toward a Cosmopolitan Understanding of the American Traditionalist Right* -- Chapter 9 Transnational Social Politics after the 1960s: New Left Review, Verso Books, and the Politics of Central American -- List of Contributors -- Index
Summary: This edited collection, comprising essays by an array of established and emerging scholars from Europe and the United States, offers a fresh perspective on the history of transatlantic political networks and exchanges since 1800. Historians such as Daniel T. Rodgers have already shown how important such networks were in shaping the politics of the modern Atlantic world. To date, however, this field has been dominated by studies of the activities and ideas of progressive reformers, with a particular focus on the period 1870-1940, an era in which reform networks coalesced so as to fashion th
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 An American Sonderzeit? Reconsidering Rodgers in Light of Antebellum Educational Reform -- Chapter 2 Paris, Philadelphia, and the Question of the Nineteenth-Century City -- Chapter 3 "Acquainting America with Work in Foreign Experiment Stations": Benjamin Orange Flower and The Arena: A Case Study -- Chapter 4 In Search of a Populist Atlantic: The Transatlantic Travels of William Jennings Bryan and Robert M. La Follette Jr

Chapter 5 Beyond Uplift and Efficiency: Isaac M. Rubinow, Immigration, and Transatlantic Health Care Reform, 1900-1935 -- Chapter 6 Social Politics in a Transoceanic World in the Early Cold War Years -- Chapter 7 Technocracy, Modernization, and Reform: The Transatlantic Politics of the Spanish Right in the 1960s -- Chapter 8 "We Are All Europeans": Toward a Cosmopolitan Understanding of the American Traditionalist Right* -- Chapter 9 Transnational Social Politics after the 1960s: New Left Review, Verso Books, and the Politics of Central American -- List of Contributors -- Index

This edited collection, comprising essays by an array of established and emerging scholars from Europe and the United States, offers a fresh perspective on the history of transatlantic political networks and exchanges since 1800. Historians such as Daniel T. Rodgers have already shown how important such networks were in shaping the politics of the modern Atlantic world. To date, however, this field has been dominated by studies of the activities and ideas of progressive reformers, with a particular focus on the period 1870-1940, an era in which reform networks coalesced so as to fashion th

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