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Farewell to Reform the Rise, Life and Decay of the Progressive Mind in America Hardcover – January 1, by John Chamberlain (Author)Author: John Chamberlain. Farewell to Reform:; Being a History of the Rise, Life and Decay of the Progressive Mind in America. New York: Liveright Inc. Publishers, (). First edition. 8vo, pp; black cloth. Spine stamping dulled; shelf-rubbed, else near fine in a chipped and moderately soiled dust jacket with a short closed tear to the rear panel, worn at joints with flaps splitting. I really enjoyed the book "Farewell." Authors Kostin and Raynaud certainly packed a tremendous amount of information into the book's plus pages. They tell Vetrov's story in a pretty straightforward manner - how he went from being a young man of great promise, and how he became, in his later years, a disillusioned alcoholic, a philanderer, a murderer, and a traitor to /5(). Books Farewell to Reform, Being a History of the Rise, Life and Decay of the Progressive Mind in America The American Stakes (). The Roots of Capitalism (). The Enterprising Americans: a Business History of the United States' (Harper & Row, ). The National Review Reader. Freedom Education: Yale University.
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