Radicalism in the States: The Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party and the American Political Economy

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Concentrated in states outside the Northeast and the South, state-level third-party radical politics has been more widespread than many realize. In the 1920s and 1930s, American political organizations strong enough to mount state-wide campaigns, and often capable of electing governors and members of Congress, emerged not only in Minnesota but in Wisconsin and Washington, in Oklahoma and Idaho, and in several other states. Richard M. Valelly treats in detail the political economy of the Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party (1918 ...

Radicalism in the States: The Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party and the American Political Economy 1989, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226845357

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