1st Edition

Culture and Democracy in the United States

By Horace Kallen Copyright 1989
    339 Pages
    by Routledge

    410 Pages
    by Routledge

    In his new introduction, Whitfield sets the scene of the early twentieth century to show what inspired Horace Kallen to write this book. He delves deeply into his background, discussing the influences on Kallen's life and work. Whitfield also examines the many changes that have occurred since Culture and Democracy in the United States was first written, and reveals that many of the ideas espoused by Kallen have become reality.

    Introduction Postscript— Culture and the Ku Klux Klan I A Meaning of Americanism II Democracy versus the Melting-Pot III “Americanization ” an d the Cultural Prospect IV The Newest Reaction V America and the Life of Reason VI Humanism and the Industrial Age


    Kallen, Horace