In This Balanced Evaluation Of The Hoover Administration And Its Efforts To Deal With The Domestic Problems Of The Great Depression, Harris Gaylord Warren Cuts Through The Myths That Surround A Crucial And Insufficiently Understood Period Of American Political History He Outlines The Conditions That Produced The Depression, And The Political And Economic Philosophy That Underlay Hoover S Actions Although Sharply Critical Of Hoover S Lack Of Vision, He Demonstrates That In Many Ways Hoover Has Been Unfairly Judged For, Mr Warren Notes, Hoover, The Great Humanitarian, The Great Engineer, The Great Secretary, Was The Embodiment Of An Idea, A Legendary Ideal, A Portrait Of Intentions And Not A Picture Of Realities.
The recent death of Harris Gaylord Warren deeply saddened friends and colleagues of this distinguished historian of Paraguay As the first researcher in the United States to delve seriously into the history of that often ignored land, Harris Warren was an inspiration to a generation of scholars In Paraguay, as well as in the United States, his contributions will long be remembered In 1928, Wa
- 384 pages
- Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression
- Harris Gaylord Warren
- 22 May 2017 Harris Gaylord Warren