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HIST 197G JT - Rethinking Radicalism: Progress and Its Critics


What else might radicalism mean? How and why did democrats abandon populism to the political right? Through these questions, we will consider whether or not there are inherent limits to much of contemporary progressive thought and action. Special attention will be given to the political and historical foundations of radical populism on the left and to the anti-progressive tradition of democracy. The diverse set of readings includes labor leaders, agrarian farmers, artists, religious figures, and civil rights organizers, as well as some major political thinkers.

Course Credit: 1.0


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