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Title:
American society and the changing world
Author:
Pegg, Carl H. (Carl Hamilton), 1905-
Publication Information:
New York : F. S. Crofts & Co., 1942.
Physical Description:
xiii, 601 pages including tables, diagrams : maps (1 double) ; 24 cm
General Note:
The structure of American government, by P. W. Wager. Vital principles and forces in politics, by A. B. Dugan. Propaganda and public opinion, by J. L. Godfrey. The bases of American foreign policy, by Cecil Johnson. The conservation of resources, by P. W. Wager. Agriculture, by G. E. Mowry. Modern business, by D. H. Buchanan. Government and business, by D. H. Buchanan. The consumer, by C. P. Spruill, jr. The labor movement, by G. E. Mowry. Unemployment, by J. C. Sitterson. Social security, by J. C. Sitterson. The family and youth, by L. M. Brooks. The crime problem, by L. M. Brooks. The ethnic problem, by L. M. Brooks. The population problem, by L. M. Brooks. American society in a changing world, J. C. Sitterson.
Language:
English
Contents:
pt. I. The changing world: The interdependence of peoples, by C. H. Pegg. The international scene: from Versailles to Munich, by J. L. Godfrey. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, by C. H. Pegg. The kingdom of Italy, by J. L. Godfrey. Germany: republican and national socialist, by C. H. Pegg. The French republic, by J. L. Godfrey. Great Britain and her empire, by A. B. Dugan. Scandinavia: economic and social democracy, by C. H. Pegg. The Far East, by D. H. Buchanan. Latin America, by G. E. Mowry. The second world war, by C. H. Pegg.--pt. II. The United States and its problems: the land, the people, the tradition, by P. W. Wager, L. M. Brooks, J. C. Sitterson. American government in action, by P. W. Wager.
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