Periodization and Historiography: Studying American Political Development in the Progressive Era, 1890s–1916

@article{Sklar1991PeriodizationAH,
  title={Periodization and Historiography: Studying American Political Development in the Progressive Era, 1890s–1916},
  author={Martin J. Sklar},
  journal={Studies in American Political Development},
  year={1991},
  volume={5},
  pages={173-213}
}
  • Martin J. Sklar
  • Published 1991
  • History
  • Studies in American Political Development
In keeping with the social character of the advancement of knowledge, and in spite of a strong competitive impulse among scholars to magnify small differences into warring schools of thought, the leading historical writings in the past four decades have yielded substantial agreement on the identification of critical trends that were transforming United States society in the period of the 1890s to 1916. Implicitly, at least, they may well have been anticipating the way to resolving some latest… Expand
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