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Republican ascendancy, 1921-1933

John Donald Hicks

Republican ascendancy, 1921-1933

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Published by Hamish Hamilton in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- History -- 1919-1933.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John D. Hicks.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 318 p.
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19825996M

    The large and growing disparity of wealth between the well-to-do and the middle-income citizens made the U. For that reason, unless, … provision can be first made for taking care of our own people, I shall vote against this joint resolution. The speculative boom in the stock market was based upon confidence. Jim Ferguson, at the behest of his wife, became the commission chairman, although without a legal right to do so. In the Democratic primary of he proved that his first election was not a fluke, that his vote-getting powers were a reality.

    Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. Although not initially acknowledged, this was in effect an abandonment of the gold standard, beginning in Central Europe, which was to disturb the world, including ourselves, with shocks for many a year to come. Farmers fell into debt; farm prices and food prices tumbled. But, in order to maintain its course and the confidence of the world in its capacity, Germany has urgent need of relief.

    For instance, on November 4,Henry Ford announced that "things are better today than they were yesterday. To protect the nation's businesses the U. Mexican Americans did not fare much better, as both migrants and urban dwellers entered the depression decade already in a tenuous socioeconomic position. During World War I, the American agricultural industry had enjoyed prosperity through the raising of prices, which led to increased output that Americans used to supply Europe. Using campaign techniques that resembled the old-fashioned revivalism of camp meetings, he stumped the state in a bus and played traditional songs and gospel music before passing collection plates in the form of barrels labeled "Flour-not Pork.


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Stocks fell so much, that at many times during the day no buyers were available at any price US relations with Europe are examined in Melvyn P. European nations affected by the war sought access for their exports to the American market to make payments to the war loans from America.

On the international scene, the rich had practically stopped lending money to foreign countries.

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Leuchtenburg brings a wealth of new facts and thoughtful interpretations to bear on the story of F. Urban black Texans were not any better off than their rural counterparts. This book was published originally inwhile World War II was raging, and the author sought by stressing Wilson's errors at Versailles to suggest how a more satisfactory peace might be fashioned when that conflict was over.

With the growing number of cars, there was a big demand for paved roads. A last major instability of the American economy had to do with large-scale international wealth distribution problems.

The prosperity of the 's was simply not shared among industries evenly. Concerned and apprehensive, President Hoover reasoned that since the stock market was responsible for the collapse, the way to recovery was to correct the weaknesses within that institution. Over the past decade the state population had increased to 5,, representing a gain of more than one million people, or almost 25 percent.

Both had existed before, but radio had been mostly experimental. In turn, businessmen in Fort Worth and San Antonio pledged to hire laborers on a part-time or weekly basis but at the same time passed ordinances not to hire transients; hobo jungles, soon to be called "Hoovervilles," alarmed Texans.

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Unemployment grew to five million inand up to thirteen million in Radio stations, electronic stores, and electricity companies all needed the radio to survive, and relied upon the constant growth of the radio market to expand and grow themselves.

Westnurtured dissent and unrest throughout the state against the New Deal. He therefore inundated the news media with expressions of confidence, with continual testimonials by cabinet members and business leaders.

Texans were optimistic about the future in January In fact, Texans prided themselves on their situation, in being the largest state—indeed more spacious in area than any western European nation—and in maintaining the American frontier traits of rugged individualism, of fierce competitiveness, of unblushing patriotism.

To most Texans the answer was obvious. With increasing frequency he openly criticized New Deal spending programs, while abhorring labor's newest tactic against management, the sit-down strike.GREAT DEPRESSION.

Texans were optimistic about the future in January Over the past decade the state population had increased to 5,, representing a gain of more than one million people, or almost 25 percent. Although geared to one crop—"Cotton is King"—the economy was.

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Smarting perhaps from the realization that his colleagues regarded him as 2John D. Hicks, Republican Ascendancy, (New York, ), ; Charles Michelson, The Ghost Talks (New York, ), 3 New York Times, December 12, 4 Ibid.

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