Ideas, ideologies, and social movements : the United States experience since 1800 /
|Other Authors:||Coclanis, Peter A., 1952-, Bruchey, Stuart Weems.|
University of South Carolina Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Responsibility, convention, and role of ideas in history / Thomas L. Haskell
- Democracy in the United States: from the revolution to the civil war / Lacy K. Ford Jr.
- The Enlightenment and evangelical intellectual life in the nineteenth century / Mark A. Noll
- Ideas behind the women's movement: beginning with Wollstonecraft / Ruth Nadelhaft
- Ideas of the American labor movement, 1880-1950 / Gary Gerstle
- From child labor to child work: changing cultural conceptions of children's economic roles, 1870s-1930s / Viviana A. Zelizer
- The rights of the elderly as a social movement in the United States: the story till 1980 / Eleanor Bruchey
- Why become a citizen?: the strategic ideas of immigrants in the social movement of naturalization / Reed Ueda
- The international human rights movement and the human rights idea / Louis Henkin
- The role of ideas in the African-American civil rights movement: the problem of the color-blind Constitution / Hugh Davis Graham
- Sentiments, ideas, and animals: rights talk and animal protection / James M. Jasper
- Fear and redemption in the environment movement / Donald Worster
- The future of the global environment / Giulio Pontecorvo.