By John A. Thompson
The topic of this booklet is the disagreement among the yank reform culture, traditionally inward-looking, and the 1st of the realm conflicts within which the us has been concerned about the 20 th century. It focuses upon these writers and journals such a lot prominently linked to 'the innovative circulation' and examines their reaction to the 1st international battle and the impact of the warfare on their considering. in the course of 'the revolutionary period' a few reporters and authors had bought nationwide reputations as social critics or as spokesmen for reform. This completely researched account revises past perspectives approximately either the attitudes of progressives towards the struggle and the decline of 'the revolutionary movement.' will probably be of curiosity to scholars of the highbrow background of yank international coverage in addition to of progressivism.
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