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Middle-Class Voters and Progressive Reform: The Conflict of Class and Culture *
The middle-class character of the leadership of American reform movements has been well established. While leaders of the progressive movement in early twentieth-century America also conform to this
NOTES ON THE BEHAVIOR OF THE HYDROID, CORYMORPHA PALMA.
  • R. Wyman
  • Biology, Medicine
    American zoologist
  • 1 August 1965
TLDR
Corymorpha, like Porpita, exhibits a synchronous oral flexion, or “concert,” of its proximal tentacles, which may be a significant character in linking the behavior of Porpitas more closely to hydroids than to siphonophores.
Agrarian or Working-Class Radicalism? The Electoral Basis of Populism in Wisconsin
  • R. Wyman
  • Political Science
  • 24 January 1974
Populism in Wisconsin differed markedly from Populism in the western and southern states. It arose not out of agrarian distress but from socialist-oriented labor union radicalism. The leaders of the
Ida M. Tarbell