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0313260273
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New Day/New Deal: A Bibliography of the Great American Depression, 1929-1941

New Day/New Deal: A Bibliography of the Great American Depression, 1929-1941

by ABC-CLIO

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Overview

The most extensive bibliography of the depression era ever published, this volume lists retrospective books, articles, and doctoral dissertations that deal with American government, law, politics, economics, regional and local affairs, society, thought and culture, and foreign relations during this tumultuous period of modern American history. More than 4600 individual items are included, reflecting the considerable and ongoing interest in the era evinced by scholars and nonacademics alike. Coverage is limited to works published in English. Organized topically, the bibliography covers forty-four separate subject categories ranging from participant accounts to trade and economic relations. Each section is further subdivided into lists of books, articles, and dissertations. Within sections, entries are arranged alphabetically by author. An author index provides additional access to the items, designating the topical categories in which works by an author appear and the type of works included.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780313260278
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 06/03/1988
Series: Bibliographies and Indexes in American History , #9
Pages: 315
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

DAVID E. KYVIG is Professor of History at the University of Akron.

MARY-ANN BLASIO is a doctoral student in History at the University of Akron.

Table of Contents

Preface

Overviews and General Histories

Bibliography and Historiography

Participant Accounts

Biographies

The Hoover Administration

The Roosevelt Administration

The Economy

Society

Regional, State, and Local Affairs

Thought and Culture

Constitutional and Legal

Foreign Relations

Aftereffects

Author Index

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