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Interview With Joseph Abraham Marshall, B. 1924 (Fa 200), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Nov 2000

Interview With Joseph Abraham Marshall, B. 1924 (Fa 200), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Oral Histories

Transcription of interview with Joseph Abraham Marshall conducted by Amber F. Ridington on 16 November 2000. From folk studies student project concerning the operations of the Quonset, 1946-1959, a recreational center in Bowling Green, Kentucky.


Interview With Joseph Abraham Marshall, B. 1924 (Fa 200), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Nov 2000

Interview With Joseph Abraham Marshall, B. 1924 (Fa 200), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Oral Histories

Transcription of interview with Joseph Abraham Marshall conducted by Amber F. Ridington on 11 November 2000. From folk studies student project concerning the operations of the Quonset, 1946-1959, a recreational center in Bowling Green, Kentucky.


Interview With Joseph Abraham Marshall, B. 1924 (Fa 200), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Oct 2000

Interview With Joseph Abraham Marshall, B. 1924 (Fa 200), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Oral Histories

Transcription of interview with Joseph Abraham Marshall conducted by Amber F. Ridington on 23 October 2000. From folk studies student project concerning the operations of the Quonset, 1946-1959, a recreational center in Bowling Green, Kentucky.


International Institute Of Social History, John A. Drobnicki Sep 2000

International Institute Of Social History, John A. Drobnicki

Publications and Research

Review of the International Institute of Social History's website.


Unions, Cartels, And The Political Economy Of American Cities: The Chicago Flat Janitors' Union In The Progressive Era And 1920s, John Jentz Apr 2000

Unions, Cartels, And The Political Economy Of American Cities: The Chicago Flat Janitors' Union In The Progressive Era And 1920s, John Jentz

Library Faculty Research and Publications

In 1997, Ira Katznelson contributed to the ongoing discussion among social scientists and historians about how to analyze class formation and the development of the American state. He was particularly interested in tying this research to the history of liberalism in an effort to both historicize the generalizations of Louis Hartz and address the question of American exceptionalism. Evaluating the body of research, Katznelson argued that authors had too frequently abstracted the state from its context and then used it to explain the very phenomena that helped define the state's character in the first place. In part to imbed ...


Looseleafing The Flow: An Anecdotal History Of One Technology For Updating, Howard T. Senzel Jan 2000

Looseleafing The Flow: An Anecdotal History Of One Technology For Updating, Howard T. Senzel

Faculty Publications

This work will show that there is a great gulf between the culture of lawmakers and the culture of those who comply. Lawmakers - legislators, administrators, and especially judges - function by producing primary authorities in law. The texts of these authorities are the law itself. Because they were created in the course of deciding actual cases - cases which produced insights to a truth of lasting value, these texts have an authority equal to all the other insights produced down through the ages. The excitement that accompanies such insights tends to blind lawmakers to the chore of compliance. Those whose work in ...