Right out of California : : the 1930s and the big business roots of modern conservatism

Title Right out of California : : the 1930s and the big business roots of modern conservatism
Names Olmsted, Kathryn S.
Book Number DBC16591
Title Status Download Only
Medium Digital Books
Annotation The explosive labor disputes of the 1930's in the agricultural fields of Depression-era California was integral to the development of modern conservatism. Business leaders created a new style of politics: corporate funding of grassroots groups, military-style intelligence gathering against political enemies, professional campaign consultants, and alliances between religious and economic conservatives. They created the organizations that launched the careers of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Unrated.
Narrator Studer, Bill.
Local Subject Political science - 320
Politics - POL
Conservative Political Philosophy - PCO
Business - BUS
History - United States - HUS
History, U.S. - 20th Century - HUT
Exclusion - Long Book - LO
Exclusion - Male Narrator - MN
LC Subject Agricultural industries - Political activity - California - History - 20th century
Business and politics - California - History - 20th century
Businessmen - Political activity - California - History - 20th century
Conservatism - California - History - 20th century
Depressions - 1929 - California
Labor disputes - California - History - 20th century
New Deal, 1933-1939 - California
Social change - California - History - 20th century
California - Economic conditions - 20th century
California - Politics and government - 20th century
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Nonfiction
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Call Number 320.5209794 ANF
Language English
Original Publication Recorded from: New York : The New Press, [2015] 9781620970966 1620970961 The New Press
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