2 edition of Coxey"s 38-day march found in the catalog.
Coxey"s 38-day march
Grant, John A.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 169-170) and index.
|Other titles||Coxey"s Army|
|Statement||by John a. Grant ; Anthony E. Crosby, Jr., editor.|
|Series||Monograph published by the Council of the Alleghenies ;, |
|Contributions||Crosby, Anthony E., Council of the Alleghenies.|
|LC Classifications||HD8072 .G767 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||00710908|
The book is published by Northern Illinois University Press. The audiobook is published by University Press Audiobooks. "A highly informative and entirely satisfying study of the contribution of Coxey's 'Industrial Army' to the history of American protest." (The Annals of Iowa) "Highly recommended for journalism historians as well as casual. The first march on Washington did not go well. It took place one hundred twenty years ago on May 1, , when a throng of petitioners and reformers known as “Coxey Author: Jon Grinspan.
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Reviews "Coxey's Army is a timely book that evokes the recent Occupy movement while resonating against the notion of our own time as a second Gilded Age. Benjamin Alexander writes very well. "Alexander's distillation of the details of the march and its leading personalities together with a through examination of its long-term significance. In , Ohio businessman Jacob Coxley organized the march to Washington to present his plan that the government should hire men to work on public infrastructure projects. Many are familiar with the story of the Bonus Marchers of , the large group of World War I veterans who gathered from around the country in Washington, D.C., demanding.
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Review. " Coxey's Army is a timely book that evokes the recent Occupy movement while resonating against the notion of our own time as a second Gilded Age.
Benjamin Alexander writes very well. He brings to life a motley cast of eccentric characters, displays a sense of humor, constructs wonderful introductions and conclusions, /5(3).
When the depression of the s prompted unemployed workers from Los Angeles to join a nationwide march on Washington, “Coxey’s Army” marked the birth of radicalism in that city.
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Coxey’s Army explains how the demands of the Coxeyites—far from being the wild schemes of a small group of cranks—fit into a larger history of economic theories that received serious attention long before and long after the Coxey march. Despite running a gauntlet of ridicule, the marchers laid down a rough outline of what, some forty.
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This outing finds traveling secretary Hattie in Washington City (known today as Washington, DC) inand her visit coincides with the arrival of Coxeys Army, a group of unemployed men who march in the streets of the city to draw attention to their plight.4/5.