The Politics of Urban Reform in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1870–1920

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Editor: Alexandra Lough

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Editors Introduction: The Politics of Urban Reform in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1870-1920
Alexandra W. Lough

A Radical Endeavor: Joseph Chamberlain and the Emergence of Municipal Socialism in Birmingham
Jules P. Gehrke

Hazen S. Pingree and the Detroit Model of Urban Reform
Alexandra W. Lough

Ministering to the Social Needs of the People: Samuel Jones, Strong Mayor Government, and Municipal Ownership, 1897-1904
Ariane Liazos

Building the Planning Consensus: The Plan of Chicago, Civic Boosterism, and Urban Reform in Chicago, 1893-1915
Matthew P. McCabe

Tom L. Johnson and Cleveland Traction Wars, 1901-1909
Alexandra W. Lough

Berkeley Mayor J. Stitt Wilson: Christian Socialist, Georgist, Feminist
Stephen E. Barton

L. D. Taylor: The Man Who Made Vancouver
Mary Rawson

Daniel Hoan and the Golden Age of Socialist Government in Milwaukee
Todd J. Fulda

Book Information

Paperback: 177 pages
Publishers: American Journal of Economics and Sociology Inc. and Wiley-Blackwell
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 in

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