Crusaders: The Radical Legacy of Marian and Arthur Le Sueur
In the early years of the twentieth century, as the spirit of Progressivism swept the country, thousands of Americans turned their energies to creating a more just and equitable society. Liberal and left-wing organizations fought for and won a host of labor, political, and social reforms. Marian Wharton and Arthur Le Sueur stood in the thick of those battles.
"An intensely personal work written in lyrical, flowing prose-poetry, the book at once combines a daughter's love with a family heritage of commitment to political and social change. . . . It is a folk-history of midwestern radicalism."--Larry Remele, North Dakota History: Journal of the Northern Plains
New Introduction by the author.
By: Meridel Le Sueur
Format: Paper, 138 pp., 1984, illus., index
Publisher: MNHS Press
Product ##: 9780873511780