Progressive Era Racism and its (Jewish) Discontents

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Abstract

This work analyzes the contribution to the debates on labor and immigration of a group of Jewish academicians and reformers who, during the second half of the Progressive Era, explicitly took a stance against the racialist and eugenic rhetoric of the period. This group includes first-rank economists like Edwin R. A. Seligman, Jacob H. Hollander, and Emanuel A. Goldenweiser; influential field specialists such as Isaac A. Hourwich and Isaac M. Rubinow; and relatively less known figures like Max J. Kohler and Samuel K. Joseph. By focusing on the voices of these dissenters, the work enriches the emerging picture of Progressive Era eugenic and racial thought
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteHayek: A Collaborative Biography, Part IX, Eugenics, ‘The Market’ and the Fatal Conceit
Pagine317-354
Numero di pagine38
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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Fiorito, L. (2018). Progressive Era Racism and its (Jewish) Discontents. In Hayek: A Collaborative Biography, Part IX, Eugenics, ‘The Market’ and the Fatal Conceit (pagg. 317-354)

Progressive Era Racism and its (Jewish) Discontents. / Fiorito, Luca.

Hayek: A Collaborative Biography, Part IX, Eugenics, ‘The Market’ and the Fatal Conceit. 2018. pag. 317-354.

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Fiorito, L 2018, Progressive Era Racism and its (Jewish) Discontents. in Hayek: A Collaborative Biography, Part IX, Eugenics, ‘The Market’ and the Fatal Conceit. pagg. 317-354.
Fiorito L. Progressive Era Racism and its (Jewish) Discontents. In Hayek: A Collaborative Biography, Part IX, Eugenics, ‘The Market’ and the Fatal Conceit. 2018. pag. 317-354
Fiorito, Luca. / Progressive Era Racism and its (Jewish) Discontents. Hayek: A Collaborative Biography, Part IX, Eugenics, ‘The Market’ and the Fatal Conceit. 2018. pagg. 317-354
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