As New. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Scholarly text presents the first full-scale study of the Intercollegiate Socialist Society-the prototype of the modern American student movement and the ancestor of Students for a Democratic Society-which was the first nationally organized student group that had a distinct politicaland ideological orientation. Study traces the society from its birth in 1905 to its decline during World War I and postwar period, and examines the structure, ideology, program, and tactics of the ISS, and assesses its impact on students, faculty, and college administrators. 259 pgs. Publisher's stamp on front endpaper. Gilt spine and front cover.
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