Civic wars : democracy and public life in the American city during the nineteenth century /
The near extinction of civic life in American cities has been proclaimed for many years. Today, multiculturalism and political correctness are deemed the villains. Yet in the nineteenth century, at the apex of public processions, ceremonies, and civic celebrations, American cities were arguably as f...
|Published:||Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1997.|
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