Date

1971

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Arts

Department

Government

First Adviser

Dowling, Joseph Albert

Abstract

For the most part scholars have debated the definition of progressive while virtually ignoring the applicability of the term movement. The progressives must agree on a common program, subscribe to common set of values and channel their efforts toward achieving a common purpose. None of these conditions are found in an examination of Philadelphia politics from 1910 until 1915. In addition this investigation does not support the contention that reformers are identifiable by the singularity and consistency of their political behavior.

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Former department name: History and Government

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