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History of Utah Radicalism : Startling, Socialistic, and Decidedly Revolutionary.

Author/Creator:
McCormick, John S.
Publication:
Logan : Utah State University Press, 2011.
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1 online resource (489 pages)
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Subjects:
Socialist Party (U.S.) -- History.
Socialism -- Utah -- History.
Radicalism -- Utah -- History.
Utah -- Politics and government.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Chapter 1: "The Better Land of Socialism": Utah's Radical Roots-Mormons, Godbeites, Liberals, Knights of Labor, and Populists
Chapter 2: "Everyone Is Invited to Come and Hear about the New Gospel": An Overview of Socialism in Utah
Chapter 3: "The Destruction of Love Is the Very Genius of the Competitive System": The Rhetoric of Utah Socialism
Chapter 4: A Future "Living in the Light of a Better Day": The Membership of Utah's Socialist Party
Chapter 5: "The Gospel of Jesus and the Gospel of Marx": Christian Socialism in Utah
Chapter 6: "Abolishing the Capitalist System through the Ballot": Respectable Reformers-Utah Socialistsin Power, 1900-1925
Chapter 7: "The House Was Full, and the Band Was Out, and a Lively Time Prevailed": Utah's Socialist Culture
Chapter 8: "Socialists, with Their Tireless Activity, Distributed Thousands of Copies of Their Papers": Utah's Socialist Press
Chapter 9: "The Socialist Department of the Morning Examiner-Conducted by the Socialist Party of Ogden"
Chapter 10: "I Listened to Your Lecture and Have Been an Agitatorfor Socialism Ever Since": Socialist Speaking in the Public Sphere
Chapter 11: "Chase Socialism and the Expression of Socialist Ideas from the Streets": The Right of Socialists to Speak and the Politics of Public Space
Chapter 12: "Our Constant Effort Is to Keep Our People from Joining Such Organizations": The Mormon Church's Campaign against Socialism-Part I
Chapter 13: The Mormon Church's Campaign against Socialism-Part II: The Defense of Capital and the Construction of a Capitalist Ideology
Afterword: "It Was All Wrong. It All Had to Change. It All Had to Stop": Radicalism in Utah since 1920
Index.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Sillito, John R.
Other format:
Print version: McCormick, John S. History of Utah Radicalism
ISBN:
9780874218152
9780874218480
OCLC:
932313735