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The Progressives' century : political reform, constitutional government, and the modern American state / edited by Stephen Skoronek, Stephen M. Engel, Bruce Ackerman.

Contributor(s): Skowronek, Stephen [editor.] | Engel, Stephen M [editor.] | Ackerman, Bruce A [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Yale ISPS series: Publisher: New Haven ; London : Yale Univ Press, [2016]Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (ix, 529 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780300225099; 0300225091.Subject(s): Progressivism (United States politics)Additional physical formats: Print version:: Progressives' century.DDC classification: 320.5130973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Progressives' Century; Chapter 1. A Progressive Conundrum: Federal Constitution, National State, and Popular Sovereignty; PART I: ALTERED FOUNDATIONS: RIGHTS AND THE CONSTITUTION; Chapter 2. Progressivism and the Disenchanted Constitution; Chapter 3. The Progressive Struggle with the Courts: A Problematic Asymmetry; Chapter 4. Rights as Process: A View from the Progressives' Century; Chapter 5. Reclaiming the Conceptual Legacy of the Progressives' Critique of Rights: Equal Protection Without Higher Scrutiny
Chapter 6. Constitutional Conservatives Remember the Progressive EraPART II: NATION BUILDING: PARTY POLITICS AND THE SEARCH FOR A NEW CONSENSUS; Chapter 7. From Promoting to Ending Big Government: 1912 and the Progressives' Century; Chapter 8. The Progressive Party and the Rise of Executive-Centered Partisanship; Chapter 9. The Democratic Fit: Party Reform and the Eugenics Tool; Chapter 10. Toward a More Inclusive Community: The Legacy of Female Reformers in the Progressive State; Chapter 11. Progressivism, Liberalism, and the Rich
Chapter 12. The Progressive Seedbed: Claims of American Political Community in the Twentieth and Twenty-First CenturiesPART III: THE NEW STATE: MANAGEMENT AND EXPERTISE; Chapter 13. Completing the Constitution: Progressive-Era Economic Regulation and the Political Perfection of Article I, Section 8; Chapter 14. Rights Through Knowledge and Reason: Civil Rights Aspirations in the Progressive-Era Department of Labor; Chapter 15. The Progressives' Deadly Embrace of Cartels: A Close Look at Labor and Agricultural Markets, 1890-1940
Chapter 16. The (Long) Administrative Century: Progressive Models of GovernanceChapter 17. A Century of Reason: Experts and Citizens in the Administrative State; Chapter 18. From Science to Alchemy: The Progressives' Deployment of Expertise and the Contemporary Faith in Science to Grow the Economy and Create Jobs; PART IV: AN UNSETTLED LEGACY; Chapter 19. Barack Obama and the Traditions of Progressive Reform; Chapter 20. How the Progressives Became the Tea Party's Mortal Enemy: Networks, Movements, and the Political Currency of Ideas
Chapter 21. What Is to Be Done? A New Progressivism for a New CenturyList of Contributors; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Progressives' Century; Chapter 1. A Progressive Conundrum: Federal Constitution, National State, and Popular Sovereignty; PART I: ALTERED FOUNDATIONS: RIGHTS AND THE CONSTITUTION; Chapter 2. Progressivism and the Disenchanted Constitution; Chapter 3. The Progressive Struggle with the Courts: A Problematic Asymmetry; Chapter 4. Rights as Process: A View from the Progressives' Century; Chapter 5. Reclaiming the Conceptual Legacy of the Progressives' Critique of Rights: Equal Protection Without Higher Scrutiny

Chapter 6. Constitutional Conservatives Remember the Progressive EraPART II: NATION BUILDING: PARTY POLITICS AND THE SEARCH FOR A NEW CONSENSUS; Chapter 7. From Promoting to Ending Big Government: 1912 and the Progressives' Century; Chapter 8. The Progressive Party and the Rise of Executive-Centered Partisanship; Chapter 9. The Democratic Fit: Party Reform and the Eugenics Tool; Chapter 10. Toward a More Inclusive Community: The Legacy of Female Reformers in the Progressive State; Chapter 11. Progressivism, Liberalism, and the Rich

Chapter 12. The Progressive Seedbed: Claims of American Political Community in the Twentieth and Twenty-First CenturiesPART III: THE NEW STATE: MANAGEMENT AND EXPERTISE; Chapter 13. Completing the Constitution: Progressive-Era Economic Regulation and the Political Perfection of Article I, Section 8; Chapter 14. Rights Through Knowledge and Reason: Civil Rights Aspirations in the Progressive-Era Department of Labor; Chapter 15. The Progressives' Deadly Embrace of Cartels: A Close Look at Labor and Agricultural Markets, 1890-1940

Chapter 16. The (Long) Administrative Century: Progressive Models of GovernanceChapter 17. A Century of Reason: Experts and Citizens in the Administrative State; Chapter 18. From Science to Alchemy: The Progressives' Deployment of Expertise and the Contemporary Faith in Science to Grow the Economy and Create Jobs; PART IV: AN UNSETTLED LEGACY; Chapter 19. Barack Obama and the Traditions of Progressive Reform; Chapter 20. How the Progressives Became the Tea Party's Mortal Enemy: Networks, Movements, and the Political Currency of Ideas

Chapter 21. What Is to Be Done? A New Progressivism for a New CenturyList of Contributors; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z

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