MCGERR

AcronymDefinition
MCGERRMarine Corps Ground Equipment Resource Reporting
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see also MCGERR, supra note 51, at 145 ("the Clayton Act, full of loopholes, was hardly [labor's 'Magna Carta'].
For the richness and variety of the causes (admirable and otherwise) championed by what we call the "Progressive movement," see, for example, EKIRCH, supra note 51, and MCGERR, supra note 51.
JOHN HIGHAM, STRANGERS IN THE LAND: PATTERNS OF AMERICAN NATIVISM 1860-1925, at 97-193 (1963); MCGERR, supra note 51, at 210-14; BARBARA MILLER SOLOMON, ANCESTORS AND IMMIGRANTS: A CHANGING NEW ENGLAND TRADITION 82-209 (1956).
MCGERR, supra note 42, at 315-17, argues that the New Deal was not part of the Progressive movement, but much of the intellectual framework for the New Deal was set by the Progressives, and notable Progressives like Dewey and Rexford Tugwell acted as advisors to President Roosevelt.
MCGERR, THE DECLINE OF POPULAR POLITICS: THE AMERICAN NORTH, 1865-1928, at 5-6 (1986); MICHAEL SHUDSON, THE GOOD CITIZEN: A HISTORY OF AMERICAN CIVIC LIFE 5 (1998); ROBERT H.