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- "Urban, New-Stock Liberalism and Progressive Reform in New Jersey,"
- John D. Buenker. New Jersey History 87(2), Summer 1969, 79-104.
- Looks at New Jersey Assembly members, especially those from Newark and Jersey City, from 1907-1914 to illustrate the role of urban new-stock politicians in the Progressive
- Dana Call Number: Periodical, Shelved by Title
- Metropolitan Aspirations: Politics and Memory in Progressive Era Newark.
- Martin V. Minner. Thesis (Ph.D), Indiana University, 2005.
- "[F]ocuses on the 250th anniversary celebration held in Newark in 1916
and the range of media and civic events, such as a pageant, parades,
poster and poetry contests, an industrial exhibition, statuary, and
plans for a memorial building, that marked this civic celebration. The
study argues that this massive commemorative event served primarily to
promote civic identity, which in turn served a number of
- Dana Call Number: F144 .N65M56 2005a [NEWARK plus STACKS] Available?
- I Am A Newark Citizen: Being a Series of Addresses.
- Reg Parnell. Newark, Lackawanna Press, 1934.
- Addresses delivered by Reginald Parnell, Newark's Director of Revenue and Finance, over radio station WGCP.
- Special Collections Call Number: SNCLNJ F144 .N6P37 1934 Available?
- Planning, Slum Clearance and the Road to Crisis in Newark.
- David Levitus.
Looks at how Newark politics and policies of the 1940s and 1950s
contributed to the conditions that resulted in the riots of 1967.
Subjects:African American Studies
, American Studies
, Journalism & Media Studies
, Latin American & Caribbean Studies
, Literatures in English
, New Jerseyana
, Political Science
, Social Work
, Spanish & Portuguese Studies
, Women's & Gender Studies