The money machines; the breakdown and reform of governmental and party finance in the North, 1860-1920 [by] C.K. Yearley.

Author
Yearley, Clifton K., Jr. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Albany, State University of New York Press [1970]
Description
xvii, 377 pages 24 cm

Details

Subject(s)
Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p. [327]-364.
Contents
  • Part I: Breakdown
  • The Menace of the New Democracy
  • The Escape of the "New" and the Old Wealth
  • Inequity and Inequality
  • The Cult of Efficiency and Party Finance
  • The Dominance of the Politician
  • Part II: Renovation and Reform
  • Obstacles to Reform
  • The Experts and the Instruments of Reform
  • The Main Lines of Reform
  • The Breakthrough
  • The Nature of the Achievement and the Anomaly of Party Finance.
ISBN
  • 0873950720
  • 9780873950725
LCCN
74112605
OCLC
138310
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