By Maxine Lurie (ed.)
A brand new Jersey vintage involves existence once again, and it is greater than ever . . . "This very good selection of essays covers the sweep of latest Jersey historical past from the colonial, proprietary period to the new politics of Mount Laurel. It brings jointly a few of the best writing at the nation, and increases questions appropriate to significant issues in American historical past extra in most cases. Maxine N. Lurie has supplied an exceptional introductory essay to contextualize every piece within the assortment, and every essay additionally comes with feedback for extra analyzing at the topic." -Paul G. E. Clemens, background division, Rutgers college compliment for the past version . . . "An completely tremendous assortment in each element, this covers all the chronological and topical bases with outstanding comprehensiveness. Contributions are usually not in simple terms acceptable to the aim of the e-book; they've got the extra benefit of being very major items of scholarship on their lonesome, not just within the background of recent Jersey yet in American heritage typically. . . . Lurie's illuminating headnotes for every article, which come with not just wise interpretive insights but additionally bibliographical references, set this ebook considerably apart." -Douglas Greenberg, Dean of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers collage MAXINE N. LURIE is a professor of historical past at Seton corridor collage. She is the writer of a couple of articles and e-book chapters on early American and New Jersey background, the editor of the 1st variation of this anthology, and the coeditor of the Encyclopedia of recent Jersey and Mapping New Jersey (all Rutgers college Press).
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NJHS 52 (1934): 87–95; and Susan Burgess Shenstone, So Obstinately Loyal: James Moody, 1744–1809 (Montreal, 2000). 26. Gregory Evans Dowd, “Declarations of Dependence: War and Inequality in Revolutionary New Jersey, 1776–1815,” NJH 103 (1985): 47–67. 27. Richard P. McCormick, “The Unanimous State,” Journal of Rutgers University Libraries 23 (1958): 4–8; Richard P. , 1950); Mary R. , 1987). 28. Maxine N. Lurie, “The New Jersey Intellectuals and the United States Constitution,” Journal of Rutgers University Libraries 49 (1987) 65–87; John E.
62. Eugene M. Tobin, “ ‘Engines of Salvation’ or ‘Smoking Black Devils’: Jersey City Reformers and the Railroads, 1902–1908,” in The Age of Urban Reform: New Perspectives on the Progressive Era, ed. Michael H. Ebner and Eugene M. Tobin (London, 1977), 142–155; Eugene M. Tobin, “The Progressive as Politician: Jersey City, 1896–1907,” NJH 91 (1973): 5–23. 63. Ransom E. , 1946); Michael H. Ebner, “Redeﬁning the Success Ethic for Urban Reform Mayors: Fred R. Low of Passaic, 1908–1909,” in Ebner and Tobin, Age of Urban Reform, 86–101; Joseph Lincoln Steffens, Upbuilders (New York, 1909), 3–93; John D.
Richard A. Noble, “Paterson’s Response to the Great Depression,” NJH 96 (1978): 87– 98; Clemens, Uses of Abundance, 79–85. 69. Connors, Cycle of Power; McKean, The Boss; George C. Rapport, The Statesman and the 34 / Maxine N. Lurie Boss: A Study of American Political Leadership Exempliﬁed by Woodrow Wilson and Frank Hague (New York, 1961); Lyle W. Dorsett, “Frank Hague, Franklin Roosevelt and the Politics of the New Deal,” NJH 94 (1976): 23–35; Mark S. Foster, “Frank Hague of Jersey City: ‘The Boss’ as Reformer,” NJH 86 (1968): 106–117; Richard J.
A New Jersey Anthology by Maxine Lurie (ed.)