Robert Marion La Follette is the author of La Follette's Autobiography (4.17 avg rating, 12 ratings, 1 review, published 1913), The Making Of America; Vo.
Robert M. La Follette, Sr., speaking to a crowd with his arms spread wide for emphasis. This photograph is thought to have been taken during the 1924 presi.
La Follette principal Sean Storch, a former English teacher and 1996 La Follette graduate, said the award also honors the legacy of the school’s namesake, Robert La Follette, who was an orator and writer. Storch said it will encourage, inspire and support students who dream of writing and being published.
La Follette's paramount issue of 1924 looks back to the Sherman Act of 1890. His references to economic freedom suggest that he has still in mind the struggles before 1912 when his political ideas.
Robert La Follette Biography. Robert Marion La Follette was born on June 14, 1855 in the small town of Primrose, Wisconsin. La Follette's parents had moved from Kentucky to Wisconsin in search of.
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ROBERT W. McCHESNEY is a coeditor of Monthly Review. BEN SCOTT is a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This essay is adapted from the foreword to a new edition of Upton Sinclair’s The Brass Check to be published this fall by the University of Illinois Press. Beginning in the 1980s, there was a significant increase in awareness of the deep flaws of mainstream.
Robert M. La Follette, Sr. A recent article quoted a pastor of one of New York’s largest evangelical churches as saying, “I never thought that an openly announced socialist would ever be on a.