Bertrand Russell's America : his transatlantic travels and writings : a documented account. Volume one, 1896-1945 / Barry Feinberg and Ronald Kasrils
- Feinberg, Barry
- Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2013.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (371 pages).
- Additional Creators:
- Kasrils, Ronald
- America in 1896 -- Lucy Donnelly of Bryn Mawr -- The Harvard term, 1914 -- First World War -- A letter to the president -- Controversy at Harvard -- Hopes and fears -- Socialist teacher, 1924 -- Marriage and morals -- Return to America, 1938 -- A New York appointment -- The chair of indecency -- The Barnes Foundation -- Getting back to England -- Present Wilson's statement -- America's entry into the war -- Hopes and fears as regards America -- Impressions of America -- The American intelligentsia -- Is America becoming imperialistic? -- The new philosophy of America -- Optimistic America -- The cinema as a moral influence -- Homogenous America -- Thirty years from now -- The end of prohibition -- On equality -- The root causes of the Depression -- Can the President succeed? -- On states rights -- Individual freedom in England and America -- The American mind -- America : the next world centre -- Democracy and economics -- The case for U.S. neutrality -- Freedom and the colleges -- Education in America -- The problem of minorities -- Can Americans and Britons be friends? -- British and American nationalism -- Some impressions of America.
- 9780203072448 (e-book : PDF)
9781135099510 (e-book: Mobi)
9781135099558 (e-book: ePub)
- First published in 1973 by George Allen & Unwin Ltd.
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