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In studying the effect of New Deal on urban political machines, Bruce M. Stave challenges the traditional view of. . Stave challenges the traditional view of declining bossism in America from the 1930s through the 1950s. Using Pittsburgh as his case study, he demonstrates how political power was transferred from a once-invincible Republican machine to the Democratic Party led by David L. Lawrence. Stave traces the In studying the effect of New Deal on urban political machines, Bruce M.
Published 1970 by University of Pittsburgh Press in . Written in English. Politics and government, New Deal, 1933-1939. Includes bibliographical references.
Bruce Martin Stave, American history educator. Fulbright professor, India, 1968-1969, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines, 1977, Peoples Republic of China, 1984-1985; National Endowment of the Humanities fellow, 1974, grantee, 1981-1983. Making Urban History: Historiography Oral History. 08687/?tag prabook0b-20. The New Deal and the last hurrah; Pittsburgh machine politics )
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Bruce M. 68–87. Charles H. Trout, Boston, the Great Depression and the New Deal (New York, 1977). Sidney M. Milkis, "Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Transcendence of Partisan Politics", Political Science Quarterly, 100, 3 (Fall, 1985): 492-99. A. James Reichley, The Life of the Parties: A History of American Political Parties (New York, 1992), pp. 258–62.
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