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Indiana Through Tradition & Change: A History Of The Hoosier State & Its People, 1920 1945 (Indiana Historical Society Series)

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This volume traces the state's history through the "disrupters" of the 1920s, the "relief and reform" of the 1930s, and the dislocations of World War II. Volume 5 of The History of Indiana.
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James H. Madison is the Thomas and Kathryn Miller Professor of History Emeritus, Indiana University Bloomington. Madison serves on the boards of Indiana Humanities and the Indiana Historical Society and is a member of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission. He began teaching Indiana history in 1976 and has lectured and consulted widely on Indiana topics.
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