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Fri Mar 21 17:08:08 2014 UTClccn-n810133770.00Preface to populism : the origin and economic development of the "Southern" Farmers' Alliance in Kansas /0.551.00Engineering the New South Records,24613790Bob_McMathn 81013377559288Mac Math, Robert C.MacMath, Robert C.Mc Math, Robert C.McMath, Robert C.lccn-n80028592Foner, Ericedtlccn-n50063520National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Unionlccn-n81012704Burton, Orville Vernonedtlccn-n79058463Georgia Institute of Technologylccn-n83061436Georgia Institute of TechnologySchool of Chemistrylccn-n86820608Georgia Institute of TechnologySchool of Chemical Engineeringlccn-n95009586Emerson, William Henry1860-1924lccn-n84152755Johnson, Harold L.nc-central congregational church atlanta gaCentral Congregational Church (Atlanta, Ga.)lccn-n82122323Formisano, Ronald P.1939-McMath, Robert C.1944-HistoryBiographyGenealogyUnited StatesPopulismPolitical scienceSouthern StatesRural conditionsAfrican AmericansCivilizationSocial conflictSocial classesNational Farmers' Alliance and Industrial UnionGeorgia Institute of Technology.--School of Chemical EngineeringChemistry--Study and teaching (Higher)Emerson, William Henry,Georgia Institute of Technology.--School of ChemistryGeorgiaChemistsGeorgia Institute of TechnologyUnited States--Delmarva PeninsulaLewis familyFamiliesNorth Carolina Farmers' AllianceGrady, Henry Woodfin,People's Party (Tex.)TexasWatson, Thomas E.--(Thomas Edward),Farmers--Economic conditionsNorth CarolinaKansasOral history1944196819721973197419751976197719801982198519881992199319941995199620002006201226762258973.8E661ocn004719535ocn46541575877816ocn025788116book19920.35McMath, Robert CAmerican populism : a social history, 1877-1898HistoryThe grass-roots Populist movement that swept rural America a century ago drew millions of farm men and women and clusters of non-farmers into a powerful crusade to reshape the nation's political economy. Populists sought to usher in a "cooperative commonwealth" to reverse the growth of America's monopoly capitalism and harness the engine of private ownership for the common good. Thus, Populism became a bridge between the nineteenth-century traditions of republicanism and producerism and the regulatory state of this century. McMath crisply interprets the development of the Populist crusade from its early beginnings in the turbulent 1870s to the emergence of the Farmers' Alliances a decade later. He deals with the founding of the People's (Populist) Party in 1892, and its ultimate demise. He describes Populism's important regional components, and he places the crusade in a larger context as he compares it to parallel movements in the Great Plains and Canada in the 1920s and 1930s. American Populism is an impressive book about a major social, cultural, and political movement+-+791770928577812ocn001273637book19750.56McMath, Robert CPopulist vanguard : a history of the Southern Farmers' AllianceHistory3973ocn007273607book19820.70Toward a new South? : studies in post-Civil War southern communities+-+61447786853243803ocn007734651book19820.73Class, conflict, and consensus : antebellum southern community studiesHistory+-+15686786853242173ocn011622315book19850.63McMath, Robert CEngineering the New South : Georgia Tech, 1885-1985721ocn023253075book19920.27McMath, Robert CThe dream of commonwealth : American populismHistory121ocn032854904book19940.97McMath, Robert CWilliam Henry Emerson and the scientific discipline at Georgia TechHistoryBiography101ocn010639017book19820.73A southern pilgrimage : Central Congregational Church of Atlanta, Georgia, 1882-198282ocn038764604book19960.98Bergamini, OlivieroComprendere il populismo : una prospettiva americana : saggi74ocn013538013book19720.95McMath, Robert CThe Farmers' Alliance in the South: the career of an agrarian institution31ocn004719535book19770.47A documentary history of Georgia Tech's beginningsHistory31ocn070056791book20060.81McMath, Robert CA guide to Lewis families and homesites on the Delmarva Peninsula, 1635-1898 : a Lewis family genealogyGenealogy21ocn213330778book19930.47McMath, Robert CAmerican populism : a social historyHistory11ocn039348247rcrd19800.47Henry Grady and Tom Watson the New South and populismHistory11ocn029287874art1976McMath, Robert CPreface to populism : the origin and economic development of the "Southern" Farmers' Alliance in KansasHistory11ocn042676111art19741.00McMath, Robert CAgrarian protest at the forks of the creek : three subordinate farmers' alliances in North Carolina11ocn048562280mix1.00Georgia Institute of TechnologyEngineering the New South RecordsHistoryRecords document the planning, research, and writing of the seminal history of Georgia Tech, Engineering the New South, by six faculty members of the Department of History, Technology, and Society11ocn635633311book1985Engineering the New South : Georgia Tech, 1885-1985 : (publication done in commemoration of the one-hundredth anniversary of the Georgia Institute of Technology)11ocn407087735book19680.47McMath, Robert CThe godly populists: Protestantism in the Farmer's Alliance and the People's Party of TexasHistory11ocn083559919book0.47McMath, Robert CNotes and documents : southern white farmers and the organization of black farm workers : a North Carolina document+-+7917709285+-+7917709285Fri Mar 21 15:44:55 EDT 2014batch11355