Date of Award

6-1933

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

History

Abstract

This thesis has been written with the aim of making it a teaching instrument in the social sciences. An attempt has been made to cover the span of American History treating briefly the liberalizing forces. The author has used much of the text of the thesis in his classes in American History. Kansas History, World History, American Problems, Civics, Economics, and Sociology. The narrative of the development of the liberal forces in government adds much to the vividness of teaching because of its setting. It is recent enough in point of time to belong to the present era and helps to explain the significance of political life to-day.

Comments

Copy of typewritten thesis, vii, 118 leaves; 28 cm.

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