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Index Abbott, Lyman, 86 abolitionists, at Knox, 4f; heritage at McClure's, 26, 74; influence muckraking, 149, 251, 3108:; in Roseboro' family, 75 Acton, Lord, 234, 254 Adams, Brooks, 128, 298 Adams, Henry, 149, 270 Adams, Henry C., 264 Adams, Herbert Baxter, 110 Adams, Samuel Hopkins, 82, 158!:, 176, 272, 280; attacks Trinity Church, 302; preventive medicine campaign of, 159 Addams, Jane, 13if, 266, 306; popular at Knox College, 24; sees parallel between Civil War and Progressivism, 31 if adjectives, in McClure's articles, 193 advertising, gof, 60, 65, 196; November pages for McClure's, 189η Agassiz, Louis, 9, 85, 292 Age of Reform, 319 Aldrich, Nelson W., 226f Alger, George W., 152, 256 Alger, Horatio, 111 Altgeld, John Peter, 120 Altgeld's America: The Lincoln Ideal Versus Changing Realities, 319 alum baking powder, see Royal Baking Powder American Economic Association, 253 American Illustrated Magazine, 184 American Magazine, 243, 259ΙΪ, 266, 269, 278, 281, 302; founding of, i85f; muckraking ends, 321 American Political Science Association, 253 American Protective Association, 212 Anderson, Melville Best, 7, 35; advises McClure, 34 Appeal to Reason, 267 Armour, Philip D., 112, 139 articles, nature of McClure's, 191ft Associated Literary Press, see syndicate Athenaeum, 172 Atlantic Monthly, 131 Augusta Chronicle, 107 Ayers Publishing Company, 185 Bacheller, Irving, 42, 48 Bagehot, Walter, 234 Baker, Lafayette C., 87 Baker, Ray Stannard, 24, 85, 110, 117, 168, 193, 195, 214, 231, 241, 244, 265, 320¾ articles on industrial unrest, 144¾ biography, 85-89; buys stock in American, 185; chastened by Roosevelt, i8of; commissioned to write for McClure's, 87; consults with La Follette, 278; consults with Roosevelt, 275; crosses the color line, 305; differentiates between propaganda and muckraking, 203¾ economic questions of, 253®; ethical ideas, 293; evolutionary ideas, 292; familiarity with J. Allen Smith, 227f; government ownership of railroads suggested, 276; "How Railroads Make Public Opinion," 202ft The Industrial Unrest, 154^ influenced about Negroes by Carl Schurz, 163; joins McClure's, 88; leaves American, 32if; lynching concerns, 155¾ nature of "facts" to, 194; nature of journalism, igif; nature of muckraking, 190; on Abraham Lincoln, 87; on German bureaucracy, 240^ on Roosevelt, 243; Our New Prosperity, 115, 253, 255; I N D E X physical characteristics, 97; property question, 257; prophetic role, 208; "The Railroads on Trial," 155; reads Benjamin Kidd, 253ft; reads Croly, 277; religious experience, 294¾ 300®, 308; reporter in Chicago, 85¾ "The Right to Work," 273; role of journalism, 200f; "The Search for the Missing Link," 292; sees parallel with abolitionists, 314; sells articles to Outlook, 86; socialism of, 259, 266f, 268f, 296; The Spiritual Unrest, 302; trusts, 255; views of muckraking, 166; writes on churches, 303; writes on industrialism, 1igf; writes on labor unions, 273f Balestier, Wolcott, 56ft, 172 Ballinger-Pinchot controversy, 161, 278, 311 Bancroft, Frederick, 162, 164η; at Knox, 13; promotes syndicate, 39 Barr, Robert, 106, 108, 117 Barr, Walter, 122 Barrie, James Matthew, 53 Bateman, Newton, 6ff, 149; lectures on Lincoln, 10; on religion, 8 "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War," 73 Beach, Rex, 78 Beard, Charles, 227 Beecher family, 4, 6 Beecher, Henry Ward, 108 Bell, Alexander Graham, 72, 111 Bell, Edwin C., 141 Bellamy, Edward, 253 Bennett, James Gordon, 170 Bennett, Malvina M., 7 Bentham, Jeremy, 255 Bentley, Arthur F., 199 Berger, Victor, 266 Bergson, Henri, 300 bicycle fad, 31, 33¾ Bingham, Theodore A., 157 Bisland, Mary, joins syndicate, 46 Black and White, 56 The Black Arrow, 51 Blanchard, Jonathan, 5 Blodgett, C. W., iof Bok, Edward, 42 Bonaparte, Napoleon, 64, 7if, 107 book reprint business, 57¾ see Methuen Company Booth, John Wilkes, 110; captured by an uncle of Baker, 87 The Boss, 123 bossism, Steffens' view, 2igf Boyden, Albert, 171, 183, 243, 277, 280; becomes editor of American, 321; managing editor at McClure's, 93 Boyden family, contributions to McClure's, 21 Boyden, William C., 21, 142, 224, 238; interviewed by Steffens, 94 Boyesen, Hjalmar, 108 A Boy's Life of Lincoln, 74 Brady, Albert, 65, 93; hired at McClure's, 62 Brady family, 17, 21 Brady, Oscar W., runs McClure's presses, 65 Brandeis, Louis, 263, 278f British authors, gain access to American public, 51ft British literary agents, 48ff Brooks, John Graham, 264 Brooks, Preston, 312 Brown, John, 3i3f Bryan, William Jennings, 108, 246; entertained at Knox oratory contest by McClure, 20 Bryce, James, 123, 213, 232 Bunyan, John, 211 Burgess, John W., 235 burgomasters, influence on Progressives, 23gf Burke, Edmund, 214 "burned-over district," 3 Burnes, William J., 157 Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 4gf, 71; joins syndicate...

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ISBN
9781400872305
MARC Record
OCLC
614006860
Pages
360
Launched on MUSE
2016-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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