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Title The German-American radical press : the shaping of a left political culture, 1850-1940 / edited by Elliott Shore, Ken Fones-Wolf, James P. Danky.

Imprint Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1992.


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 Axe 3rd Floor Stacks  071.308931 G317    ---  Available
Description 247 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-236) and index.
Contents A profile of editors of the German-American radical press, 1850-1910 / Hartmut Keil -- Franz Schmidt and the Freie Blatter of St. Louis, 1851-53 / Steven Rowan -- The 48ers and the politics of the German labor movement in Chicago during the Civil War era: community formation and the rise of a labor press / John B. Jentz -- The German press and working-class politics in gilded-age Philadelphia / Ken Fones-Wolf, Elliott Shore -- Arbeiterpresse and Arbeiterbewegung: Chicago's socialist and anarchist press 1870-1900 / Bruce C. Nelson -- The Pionier calendar of New York City: chronicler of German-American socialism / Carol Poore -- Women's pages in the German-American radical press, 1900-1914: the debate on socialism, emancipation, and the suffrage / Ruth Seifert.
Robert Reitzel, Der Arme Teufel / Richard Oestreicher -- Ludwig Lore and the New Yorker Volkszeitung: the twilight of the German-American socialist press / Paul Buhle -- The German-American labor press and its views of the political institutions in the United States / Dirk Hoerder -- Envoi / Moses Rischin.
Subject German American newspapers -- History.
German American periodicals -- History.
German Americans -- Politics and government.
Political culture -- History.
Radicalism -- History.
Added Author Shore, Elliott, 1951-
Fones-Wolf, Ken.
Danky, James Philip, 1947-
ISBN 0252018303 (acid-free paper)

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