The Resource Political writings, Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies

Political writings, Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies

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
LC call number
PS3507.R55
LC item number
A6 2011
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
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
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
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxix, 321 p.
Isbn
9780252035852
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010040852
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 3807911-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3807911
  • (Sirsi) o660519387
  • (OCoLC)660519387
Label
Political writings, Theodore Dreiser ; edited by Jude Davies
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
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
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxix, 321 p.
Isbn
9780252035852
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010040852
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 3807911-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3807911
  • (Sirsi) o660519387
  • (OCoLC)660519387

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