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  • The Age of Reform
  • Richard Hofstadter
  • English
  • 06 March 2018
  • 9780394700953

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FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ The Age of Reform Rs the myths and dreams in which they believed and the realities with which they had to compromiseWinner of the Pulitzer Prize. A Synopsis From 1890 to WWII is the Age of Reform The intent is to show the differences between the Populist Progressive reforms which forms the core of the book and the New Deal reforms This book does not focus on the politics or the legislation of these movements Instead the main theme is an examination of the ideas of the participants the conception of their own work and the place it would occupy in history Hofstadter finds these ideas in popular culture journalists publicists popular magazines muckracking articles B Three main reform movements Populism Progressivism and New Deal1 The agrarian uprising that found its expression through Populism in the 1890s and the Bryan campaign in 1896 Populism includes the Populist party of the 1890s Greenback Granger and anti monopoly movements2 The Progressive movement from 1900 to 1914 Progressivism includes the Republican insurgents who supported T Roosevelt in 1912 but also a broader impulse toward criticism and change through social and economic reform Its general theme was to restore economic individualism and political democracy which was believed to be destroyed by the corruption of the political machine 3 The New Deal of the 1930sC Circumstances surrounding the rise of Populism and Progressivism1 For Populism the function of the farmer was considered preeminent because he fed all the others 2 A breakdown in the homogeneity of Yankee Protestant America The rise of industry brought an immigrant invasion Two political ethics arose from the clash between immigrants and natives moral leaders of Protestant social reform and the personal emphasis on family by the immigrant masses The struggles of the Progressive era were influenced by the conflict between these two codes D The agrarian myth and commercial realities1 The myth includes the yeoman farmer the simple honest independent man as the hero Idealized rural life There was a real contrast between the verbal deference everyone paid to the farmer and the farmers actual economic and social position The growth of an urban market increased an antagonism between the farmer and the urban middle and upper classes The farmer wanted the goods that were available in the city 2 The agrarian myth was actually false Between 1815 and 1860 the character of American agriculture was transformed The independent yeoman began to disappear due to the rise of commercial agriculture Commercial agriculture displaced any truth that the agrarian myth might have had The true product of American rural society was a harassed little country businessman who worked very hard 3 The American farmer had a dual nature which allows us one way to view the agrarian movements The Populist rhetoric and the indulgent view of the farmers revolt was due to the soft side of the farmers existence agrarian ideology or life on the Frontier The other side was the hard side which included the business practices and commercial opportunities Hofstadter rejects that Populism grew out of this Frontier mentality Instead he claims that Populism can be understood not as a product of frontier inheritance but as another episode in the well established tradition of American entrepreneurial radicalism 58E The folklore of Populism1 Populism was the first modern political movement of practical importance in the United States to insist that the federal government has some responsibility for the common well being of its people The dominant themes of the Populist ideology the soft side of agrarianism were the idea of a golden age the concept of natural harmony of interests among the productive classes the dualistic version of social struggles the conspiracy theory of history all history since the Civil War was a conspiracy of the international money power and the doctrine of the primacy of money 2 The industrial world prevented these agrarian ideas from existingF From pathos to parity1 Paradox The failure of the agrarian revolt of the 1890s has been described as the final defeat of the American farmer But there is evidence of the long range power of Populism and its influence on the Progressive era2 Hofstadter claims that the soft side of the agrarian revolt failed yet the hard side based upon the commercial realities of agriculture developed prosperously than ever 3 The attempt to make agrarianism into a mass movement a 3rd party had to replaced by modern methods of pressure politics and lobbyingG The status revolution and Progressive leaders1 Populism was rural and provincial Progressivism was urban and nationwide led by the middle classes who took over the protest and leadership2 After 1900 Populism and Progressivism merge Progressivism was influenced by its Populist inheritance of reform and a deep concern about urban life 3 Hofstadter s thesis is that men became Progressives not because of economic deprivations but primarily because they were victims of an upheaval in status that took place in the US during the closing decades of the 19th and the early years of the 20th 135 Prior to 1870 the middle classes could still command power But the rise in wealth of the industrialists dwarfed them in comparison The Progressive middle class felt over shadowed and fought back H The Progressive impulse1 To an extraordinary degree the work of the Progressive movement rested upon it journalism its muckraking the revolution in journalism It exposed the corrupt nature of governmentI From Progressivism to the New Deal1 The New Deal was essentially different and discontinuous from the Progressive era It was different because its central problem was unlike the problems of Progressivism When T Roosevelt took office in 1901 the country was 3 years past an economic depression and was in a period of healthy economic development When FDR took office the entire American economic system was failing J Image1 Two farmers A soft one in the fields represents Populism golden age harmony conspiracy A hard one in the middle of a big city represents Progressivism a middle class person concerned with urban life A giant Rockefeller steps on him which represents the status revolution On Brick Lane legislation of these movements Instead the main theme is an examination of the ideas of the participants the conception of their own work and the place it would occupy in history Hofstadter finds these ideas in popular culture journalists publicists popular magazines muckracking articles B Three main reform movements Populism Progressivism and New Deal1 The agrarian uprising that found its expression through Populism in the 1890s and the Bryan campaign in 1896 Populism includes the Populist party of the 1890s Greenback Granger and anti monopoly movements2 The Progressive movement from 1900 to 1914 Progressivism includes the Republican insurgents who supported T Roosevelt in 1912 but also a broader impulse toward criticism and change through social and economic reform Its general theme was to restore economic individualism and political democracy which was believed to be destroyed by the corruption of the political machine 3 The New Deal of the 1930sC Circumstances surrounding the rise of Populism and Progressivism1 For Populism the function of the farmer was considered preeminent because he fed all the others 2 A breakdown in the homogeneity of Yankee Protestant America The rise of industry brought an immigrant invasion Two political ethics arose from the clash between immigrants and natives moral Patient for Pumpkins leaders of Protestant social reform and the personal emphasis on family by the immigrant masses The struggles of the Progressive era were influenced by the conflict between these two codes D The agrarian myth and commercial realities1 The myth includes the yeoman farmer the simple honest independent man as the hero Idealized rural Final Diagnosis life There was a real contrast between the verbal deference everyone paid to the farmer and the farmers actual economic and social position The growth of an urban market increased an antagonism 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understood not as a product of frontier inheritance but as another episode in the well established tradition of American entrepreneurial radicalism 58E The folklore of Populism1 Populism was the first modern political movement of practical importance in the United States to insist that the federal government has some responsibility for the common well being of its people The dominant themes of the Populist ideology the soft side of agrarianism were the idea of a golden age the concept of natural harmony of interests among the productive classes the dualistic version of social struggles the conspiracy theory of history all history since the Civil War was a conspiracy of the international money power and the doctrine of the primacy of money 2 The industrial world prevented these agrarian ideas from existingF From pathos to parity1 Paradox The failure of the agrarian revolt of the 1890s has been described as the final defeat of the American farmer But there is evidence of the AmonRa 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