The Big Change: America Transforms Itself, 1900–1950 by Frederick Lewis Allen

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The Big Change: America Transforms Itself, 1900–1950

'“A mellow and thoroughly charming volume which tells the story of the changing American scene with humor and affection.” —The Nation   “A master historical journalist.” —The New York Times   “[Allen] once again demonstrates his unique gift for writing social history in terms that everyone who reads can understand—and enjoy.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review   “It is important for Americans to understand their commitment to sound social change. Mr. Allen writes the history well.” —TheChristian Science Monitor  Praise for Frederick Lewis Allen “Mr. Allen’s shining service is to recall the things that have blurred equally with those that have stuck in memory. No one else does this sort of thing so well.” —The New York Times on Since Yesterday   “[Allen] is one of our most urbane and penetrating social historians.” —The Christian Science Monitor on Since Yesterday   “A diligent and perceptive reporter . . . So much of what he has to say is almost eerie to read [today].” —Forbes on The Lords of Creation  '
'“A mellow and thoroughly charming volume which tells the story of the changing American scene with humor and affection.” —The Nation   “A master historical journalist.” —The New York Times   “[Allen] once again demonstrates his unique gift for writing social history in terms that everyone who reads can understand—and enjoy.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review   “It is important for Americans to understand their commitment to sound social change. Mr. Allen writes the history well.” —TheChristian Science Monitor  Praise for Frederick Lewis Allen “Mr. Allen’s shining service is to recall the things that have blurred equally with those that have stuck in memory. No one else does this sort of thing so well.” —The New York Times on Since Yesterday   “[Allen] is one of our most urbane and penetrating social historians.” —The Christian Science Monitor on Since Yesterday   “A diligent and perceptive reporter . . . So much of what he has to say is almost eerie to read [today].” —Forbes on The Lords of Creation  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504037501 Pages: 271