Notes

Notes
1
Winfield J. Davis, History of Political Conventions in California, 1848-1892 (Sacramento, 1893), 27.
2
Ibid., p. 14.
3
Ibid., 69-70.
4
Theodore H. Hittell, History of California, III (San Francisco, 1898), 649.
5
Josiah Royce, California, from the Conquest in 1846 to the Second Vigilance Committee in San Francisco; a Study of American Character (Cambridge, Massachu- setts, 1886), 440.
6
Hittell, III, 637.
7
Ibid., 664.
8
Davis, 354.
9
Franklin Hichborn, Story of the Session of the California Legislature of 1921, (San Francisco, 1922), 9.
10
Richard Hofstadter, The Age of Reform; from Bryan to F.D.R. (New York, 1955), 5-6.
Chapter IV, "The Status Revolution and Progressive Leaders."
11
George E. Mowry, The California Progressives (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1951), Chapter IV, "What Manner of Men: The Progressive Mind."
12
Spencer C. Olin, California's Prodigal Sons; Hiram Johnson and the Progressives, 1911-1917 (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1968), 227, n. 21.
13
J. Joseph Huthmacher, Massachusetts People and Politics (Cambridge, Massa- chusetts, 1959)
same writer's Senator Robert E Wagner and the Rise of Urban Liberalism (New York, 1968).
David P. Thelen, "Social Tensions and the Origins of Progressivism," Journal of American History, LVI (September 1969), 323-341.
14
Alexander P. Saxton, "San Francisco Labor and the Populist and Progressive Insurgencies," Pacific Historical Review, XXXIV (November 1965), 432.
Miles C. Everett, "Chester Harvey Rowell, Pragmatic Humanist and California Pro- gressive" (Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1966), 381-382, and n. 38.
15
Daniel J. Boorstin, The Decline of Radicalism; Reflections on America Today (New York, 1969), 122.
16
Mowry, 297
Meyer Lissner to Will H. Hays, August 19, 1918
Albert H. Clodius, "The Quest for Good Government in Los Angeles, 1890-1910" (Ph.D. thesis, Claremont Graduate School, 1953), 511.
17
Donald E. Walters, "Populism in California, 1889-1900" (Ph.D. thesis, Univer- sity of California, Berkeley, 1952), Chapter II, "1889-90: 'Nationalism' in California."
18
Ralph E. Shaffer, "Radicalism in California, 1869-1929" (Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 1962), 90-92, 127.
Philip Taft and Philip Ross, "American Labor Violence," in Hugh D. Graham and Ted R. Gurr, editors, The History of Vio- lence in America: Historical and Comparative Perspectives; a Report to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence (New York, 1969), 283.
19
Ibid., 285.
Upton Sinclair, The Autobiography of Upton Sinclair (New York, 1962), 281-282.
20
Shaffer, "Radicalism" (Ph.D. thesis), 165-166.
21
Sinclair, 9.
John Chamberlain, Farewell to Reform; the Rise, Life and Decay of the Progressive Mind in America (Chicago, 1965), 180.
22
New York Times, February 1, 1906.
23
Sinclair, 224, 259.
Philip S. Foner, editor, Jack London: American Rebel (New York, 1947), 63-79.
24
Sinclair, 115.
Foner, 80-83.
The Appeal to Reason, November 8,1905.
25
Foner, 96.
26
Lerner, in Jack London, The Iron Heel (New York, 1957), xii.
27
Joan London, Jack London and his Times; an Unconventional Biography (New York, 1939), 252-253.
28
Foner, 39-40.
29
ibid., 36.
30
Sinclair, 208.
31
Fresno Republican, February 27, 1911.
32
Ralph E. Shaffer, "Formation of the California Communist Labor Party," Pacific Historical Review, XXXVI (February 1967), 59-78.
33
Melvyn Dubofsky, We Shall be All: A History of the Industrial Workers of the World (Chicago, 1969).
34
Jackson K. Putnam, "The Influence of the Older Age Groups on California Politics, 1920-1940" (Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University, 1964), 95.
35
Jackson K. Putnam, "The Persistence of Progressivism in the 1920's: The Case of California," Pacific Historical Review, XXXV (November 1966), 395-412.
36
Sinclair, 269.
37
George Creel, Rebel at Large; Recollections of Fifty Crowded Years (New York, 1947), 282-283.
38
Ibid., 287-288.
39
Otis L. Graham, Jr., An Encore for Reform; the Old Progressives and the New Deal (New York, 1967).
40
Creel, 370-371, 375-376.
41
Richard B. Harvey, Earl Warren, Governor of California (Jericho, New York, 1969).
42
The League for Industrial Democracy: Fifty Years of Democratic Education (New York, 1955).
43
George Thayer, The Farther Shores of Politics; the American Political Fringe Today (New York, 1967), 408-409.
44
William Boyarsky, The Rise of Ronald Reagan (New York, 1968), 143.
45
Harris E. Starr, William Graham Sumner (New York, 1925), 287.
46
Boyarsky, 108-110.
Ronald Reagan, The Creative Society (New York, 1968)
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