eBook Hard times in Oklahoma: The depression years download
by Kenneth D. (Editor). HENDRICKSON
Author: Kenneth D. (Editor). HENDRICKSON
Publisher: Oklahoma Historical Society (1983)
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The 1986 print included a new introduction by Terkel. Foreword, January–February 1986.
With Hard Times, Studs Terkel has captured an entire generation-using words straight from the mouths of Great . The Great Depression was, indeed, a dark time in America and all over the world, but it was also a time of great cultural inventiveness
With Hard Times, Studs Terkel has captured an entire generation-using words straight from the mouths of Great Depression survivors. Here, you'll find the testimonies of everyone from hard-scrabble Okie farmers to major political players like C. Wright Patman and Hamilton Fish. The Great Depression was, indeed, a dark time in America and all over the world, but it was also a time of great cultural inventiveness. As an escape from the harsh realities of life-and sometimes as a way to deal with or even embrace them-Americans turned to everything from vaudeville to the movies, from swing bands to art Deco design.
Labor's Voice (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), 1934–1942. Patrick E. McGinnis, Oklahoma's Depression Radicals: Ira M. Finley and the Veterans of Industry of America (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 1991).
Hendrickson,, Kenneth Elton was born on December 6, 1936 in Sioux City, Iowa, United States. Master of Arts, University South Dakota, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oklahoma, 1962. Son of Kenneth Elton Senior and Muriel (Morton) Hendrickson. Bachelor, University South Dakota, 1958. Adult education specialist University Oklahoma, Norman, 1962-1963.
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The book includes also the perspectives of ordinary men and women . Studs Terkel interviewed dozens of people for his oral history, "Hard Times. The perceptions of the Depression by each is as individual and as varied as America itself.
The book includes also the perspectives of ordinary men and women, such as Jim Sheridan, who took part in the 1932 march by World War I veterans to petition for their benefits in Washington, . where they were repelled by army troops led by General Douglas MacArthur. What you get is a very good overall picture of the Great Depression in America.
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