Essays in American historiography : papers presented in honor of Allan Nevins. / Edited by Donald Sheehan & Harold C. Syrett
- Krout, J. A. Allan Nevins, an appreciation -- Saveth, E. N. Scientific history in America: eclipse of an idea -- Black, R. C., III. Thoughts on the Confederacy -- Sheehan, D. Radical Reconstruction -- Cooke, J. E. The New South -- Rawley, J. A. American historians and national politics from the Civil War to the First World War -- Hirsch, M. D. Reflections on urban history and urban reform, 1865-1915 -- Bridges, H. The idea of the robber barons in American history -- Qualey, C. C. Some aspects of European migration to the United States -- Boromé, J. A. The evolution controversy -- Ratner, S. Pragmatism in America -- Walters, E. Populism: its significance in American history -- Shenton, J. P. Imperialism and racism -- Filler, L. The muckrakers: in flower and in failure -- Baehr, H. W. A cycle of revisionism between two wars -- Bellush, B. An interpretation of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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