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A Brief History of Progressivism: Episode 4

Christianity and the State Individuality means tyranny Walter Rauschenbusch While Woodrow Wilson “evolved”, a great deal was happening in Progressive circles; there were many voices from various points of view. In all of the noise, something fascinating began to take … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Progressivism, Episode 3

Woodrow Wilson Evolves “If any trait bubbles up in all one reads about Wilson it is this: He loved, craved and glorified power.” Walter McDougall As young Woodrow Wilson attended graduate school at Johns Hopkins University, his attitudes about the … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Progressivism, Episode 2

Thomas’ Story The only thing new in the world is history you don’t know. Harry S Truman A great place to begin our study of the history of Progressivism is the story of a boy named Thomas.  He was born … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Progressivism, Episode 1

Introduction Back on November 18 of last year, I published a post called OK Don, What is Your Point? That followed several posts that I published about the Election of 2016 and its aftermath. In that post, I set forth … Continue reading

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