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The Resource Political writings, Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies, (electronic book)

Political writings, Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies, (electronic book)

Label
Political writings
Title
Political writings
Statement of responsibility
Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies
Title variation
Theodore Dreiser
Title variation remainder
political writings
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1871-1945.
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Dreiser, Theodore
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1965-
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Davies, Jude
Series statement
The Dreiser edition
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Dreiser, Theodore
Label
Political writings, Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
This volume gathers Dreiser's most important political writings from his journalism, memoirs, and long out-of-print books
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
PART 1: 1895-1910 -- Historical Commentary -- America, Europe, and Cuba -- Women's Suffrage -- The Toil of the Laborer -- Helps the Municipality Owes the Housewife -- The Problem of the Dying Baby -- The State of the Negro -- The Day of Special Priviledges -- The Death of Francisco Ferrer -- PART 2: 1911-1928 -- Historical Commentary -- From "The Girl in the Coffin" -- From "Life, Art and America" -- American Idealism and German Frightfulness -- From "More Democracy or Less? An Inquiry" -- Dreiser Sees No Progress -- A Word Concerning Birth Control -- Contribution to "The Rights of a Columnist: A Symposium on the Case of Heywood Broun versus the New York World" -- From "Dreiser Looks at Russia" -- PART 3: 1929-1937 -- Historical Commentary -- Dreiser Discusses Dewey Plan -- John Reed Club Answer -- Mooney and America -- On the Communists and Their Platform -- The American Press and American Political Prisoners -- Speech on the Scottsboro Case -- Interview with Nazife Osman Pasha -- From "Tragic America" -- Introduction to "Harlan Miners Speak: Report on Terrorism in the Kentucky Coal Fields" -- America -- The Child and the School -- Editorial Note on the New Deal and Soviet Policy -- The "Is Dreiser Anti-Semitic?" Correspondence -- Flies and Locusts -- "They Shall Not Die" Indicts North as Well as the South -- Contribution to "Where We Stand" -- Dreiser Denies He Is Anti-Semitic -- Contribution to "What Is Americanism? A Symposium on Marxism and the American Tradition" -- Epic Technologists Must Plan -- Mea Culpa -- Statement on Russia and the Struggle against Fascism in Spain -- Contribution to Symposium, "Is Leon Trotsky Guilty?" -- From "A Conversation: Theodore Dreiser and John Dos Passos" -- PART 4: 1938-1945 -- Historical Commentary -- War Is a Racket -- Equity Between Nations -- American Democracy Against Fascism -- Loyalist Spain: July 1938 -- Statement on Anti-Semitism -- The Dawn Is in the East -- From "Civilization: Where? What?" -- Theodore Dreiser and the Free Press -- From "America Is Worth Saving" -- From "Writers Declare: We Have A War To Win" -- Broadcast to the People of Europe -- Broadcast to the People of Germany -- What to Do -- Theodore Dreiser Joins Communist Party -- Interdependence
Control code
ebr10653967
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xxix, 321 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780252090127
Original version note
Original electronic resource
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Political writings, Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
This volume gathers Dreiser's most important political writings from his journalism, memoirs, and long out-of-print books
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
PART 1: 1895-1910 -- Historical Commentary -- America, Europe, and Cuba -- Women's Suffrage -- The Toil of the Laborer -- Helps the Municipality Owes the Housewife -- The Problem of the Dying Baby -- The State of the Negro -- The Day of Special Priviledges -- The Death of Francisco Ferrer -- PART 2: 1911-1928 -- Historical Commentary -- From "The Girl in the Coffin" -- From "Life, Art and America" -- American Idealism and German Frightfulness -- From "More Democracy or Less? An Inquiry" -- Dreiser Sees No Progress -- A Word Concerning Birth Control -- Contribution to "The Rights of a Columnist: A Symposium on the Case of Heywood Broun versus the New York World" -- From "Dreiser Looks at Russia" -- PART 3: 1929-1937 -- Historical Commentary -- Dreiser Discusses Dewey Plan -- John Reed Club Answer -- Mooney and America -- On the Communists and Their Platform -- The American Press and American Political Prisoners -- Speech on the Scottsboro Case -- Interview with Nazife Osman Pasha -- From "Tragic America" -- Introduction to "Harlan Miners Speak: Report on Terrorism in the Kentucky Coal Fields" -- America -- The Child and the School -- Editorial Note on the New Deal and Soviet Policy -- The "Is Dreiser Anti-Semitic?" Correspondence -- Flies and Locusts -- "They Shall Not Die" Indicts North as Well as the South -- Contribution to "Where We Stand" -- Dreiser Denies He Is Anti-Semitic -- Contribution to "What Is Americanism? A Symposium on Marxism and the American Tradition" -- Epic Technologists Must Plan -- Mea Culpa -- Statement on Russia and the Struggle against Fascism in Spain -- Contribution to Symposium, "Is Leon Trotsky Guilty?" -- From "A Conversation: Theodore Dreiser and John Dos Passos" -- PART 4: 1938-1945 -- Historical Commentary -- War Is a Racket -- Equity Between Nations -- American Democracy Against Fascism -- Loyalist Spain: July 1938 -- Statement on Anti-Semitism -- The Dawn Is in the East -- From "Civilization: Where? What?" -- Theodore Dreiser and the Free Press -- From "America Is Worth Saving" -- From "Writers Declare: We Have A War To Win" -- Broadcast to the People of Europe -- Broadcast to the People of Germany -- What to Do -- Theodore Dreiser Joins Communist Party -- Interdependence
Control code
ebr10653967
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xxix, 321 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780252090127
Original version note
Original electronic resource
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote

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