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Ex America: The 50th Anniversary of the People's Pottage

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Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press
For fifty years Garet Garrett's The People's Pottage has stood as one of the seminal works outlining the intellectual debate that raged over Roosevelt's ambitious restructuring of the American body politic. The three monographs that made up The People's Pottage have been presented in hardcover form in Ex Ameri
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Hardcover, 190 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by Caxton Press
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Garet Garrett was born in 1878 in Illinois. By 1903, he had become a well known writer for the Sun newspaper (1833–1950) in New York. In 1911, he wrote a fairly successful book, Where the Money Grows and Anatomy of the Bubble. In 1916, at the age of 38, Garrett became the executive editor of the New York Tribune, after having worked as a financial writer for The New York Times, the Saturday Evenin ...more
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