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The American Magazine of Civics

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Book Id: WPLBN0000557325
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 97.9 MB
Reproduction Date: 5/11/2008

Title: The American Magazine of Civics  
Language: English
Subject: Political Sociology, Political Science, Sociology
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publisher: Andrew J. Palm & Co.


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The American Magazine of Civics. (1895). The American Magazine of Civics. Retrieved from

American Magazine of Civics was founded as the American Journal of Politics by Andrew J. Palm. It was liberal and non-partisan and had a list of contributors which contained many prominent politicians. There were articles on free trade, labor, political corruption, pacifism, and women's rights. This periodical became the organ of the American Institute of Civics in 1894 and changed its name to American Magazine of Civics the next year. It finally merged with Arena, another periodical interested in political reform, in 1897 --Cf. American periodicals, 1740-1900.

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