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By Katherine A.S. Sibley

ISBN-10: 144435003X

ISBN-13: 9781444350036

With the research of the easiest students in this period, 29 essays exhibit how lecturers then and still have addressed the political, monetary, diplomatic, cultural, ethnic, and social historical past of the presidents of the Republican period of 1921-1933 - Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover.

  • This is the 1st historiographical therapy of a long-neglected interval, starting from early remedies to the newest scholarship
  • Features evaluate essays at the period, together with the legacy of progressivism in an age of “normalcy”, the historical past of yankee overseas kin after international battle I, and race kinfolk within the Nineteen Twenties, in addition to insurance of the 3 presidential elections and an intensive therapy of the reasons and results of the good Depression
  • An creation by means of the editor offers an outline of the problems, heritage and historic difficulties of the time, and the personalities at play

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Wilson was perhaps the most significant transitional figure in the White House since Lincoln. He took a party based on machine politics in the wake of the Civil War, rooted in southern conservatism, and shifted its basis to be far more progressive, both domestically and internationally. In an astounding turn of events that foreshadowed the century of political realignments to come, Wilson’s two terms in office radically altered the orientation of the Democratic Party, which after 1913 began to assume the mantle of reform while Republicans from Harding to Coolidge to Hoover became more conservative in o ­ utlook.

The subsequent historiography has largely differed on where to place emphasis on engagements abroad and when, where, and how to assess blame on Wilson. Scholars such as George Herring have emphasized “involvement without commitment” as characterizing most US projects abroad under Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover (Herring 2008). In his synthetic account Herring proposes that the era lacked an imposing “Wilson-like figure” or central theme and thus it defies easy categorization as a period of isolationist retrenchment.

The wilson legacy 23 The crash and Depression also affected contemporary historiography, and while new defenders of Wilson emerged, the volume and vitriol of his attackers were much greater. As William Widenor aptly put it, this was an era of “advocacy history” that hardly added any “new information or argument” (Widenor 1980: 267n). The favorable treatments emerged from Denna Frank Fleming’s brief 1930 book and more influential and longer work of 1932, The United States and the League of Nations, 1918–1920.

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