Angry Voices: Left-of-Center Politics in the New Deal Era

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Angry Voices: Left-of-Center Politics in the New Deal Era

By Donald R. Mccoy
University of Kansas Press, 1958
224 pp. $4.00
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A brief study of figures and movements to the left of Roosevelt in the 1930s: The League for Independent Political Action, the Farmer-Labor or American Commonwealth Political Federation, the Union party and the National Progressives of America.

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