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Brookhart campaign in Iowa, 1920-1926

Jerry Alvin Neprash

Brookhart campaign in Iowa, 1920-1926

a study in the motivation of political attitudes.

by Jerry Alvin Neprash

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brookhart, Smith Wildman, -- 1869-1944.,
  • Elections -- Iowa.,
  • Public opinion -- Iowa.,
  • Attitude (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 124-126.

    SeriesColumbia University. Faculty of Political Science. Studies in history, economics and public law -- no. 366., Columbia University studies in the social sciences -- no. 366.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16831414M


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Porter. Brookhart departed in the summer of for a tour of Europe. His journey, however, was to be quite different from those undertaken by other American politicians in The '"Jerry A. Neprash, The Brookhart Campaigns in Iowa. (New York. "Des Moinvs Register. Ap Cited by: 1. election.

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Brookhart and Agrarian Discontent in Iowa" (M.A. thesis. University of Iowa, ); Barry A. Russell, "The ChangingAuthor: George W. McDaniel. BROOKHART CHARGES IOWA 'CONSPIRACY'; Declares Secret Attacks Are Being Made Against "the Cooperative Idea." URGES FIGHT TO A FINISH Great Corporate Interests, He Asserts, Aim to.

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, May 2. -- Senator Brookhart today selected his home town of Washington to begin his active campaign for re-election. He faces five opponents in the Republican primary in June. -- Inclusion of the name of Senator Brookhart of Iowa, in a list of La 1920-1926 book campaign speakers was an error, David K.

Niles, director of the La Follette Speakers' Bureau, announced today. After today's Democratic Convention in Iowa the campaign there will "formally" begin.

The Republicans have composed their differences. The "regulars" have swallowed BROOKHART. Brookhart did not support the Populists, but he later adopted many of their ideas.

Brookhart passed the bar in and moved to Washington, Iowa, to practice law. A lifelong prohibitionist, he took up that cause when the legislature passed a series of liquor laws that left enforcement to local officials.

BROOKHART, Smith Wildman, a Senator from Iowa; born near Arbela, Scotland County, Mo., February 2, ; attended the country schools in Missouri and Bloomfield, Iowa: graduated from the Southern Iowa Normal and Scientific Institute at Bloomfield in ; taught school for five years at Keosauqua; studied law; admitted to the bar in and.

Iowa's strongest Prohibition leader led the nation's continued Prohibition efforts throughout the s and s. Smith Wildman Brookhart. Senator Smith Wildman Brookhart was a lifelong dry and spoke out about temperance throughout his career.

He began his temperance works as a county attorney in Washington County, Iowa, in BROOKHART ACCUSES HOOVER OF SHIFTING IN FARM AID STAND; Iowa Senator, Who Supported Him, Says President Nullifies Campaign Pledge. DECLARES SUBSIDY JUST Failure of the McNary Bill Will Bring 'a. Buy Smith Wildman Brookhart: Iowa's Renegade Republican by George William McDaniel (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Brookhart Campaigns in Iowa, A Study in the Motivation of Political Attitudes. Reprint. New York: AMS Press, Russell, Barry Alexander.

"The Changing Concept of Iowa Progressivism: Smith W. Brookhart vs. Albert B. Cummins, '' Master's thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Brookhart was born in a cabin on a farm in Scotland County, Missouri, the son of Abram C.

and Cynthia Wildman Brookhart. He was educated in country schools. Brookhart graduated from Bloomfield High School and then attended Southern Iowa Normal School, both in Bloomfield, Iowa, where he graduated inwith an emphasis in scientific courses.

See also Jerry A. Neprash, The Brookhart Campaigns in Iowa, – (); Thomas Morain, Prairie Grass Roots: An Iowa Small Town in the Early Twentieth Century (); and Ronald F. Briley, "Smith W. Brookhart and the Limitations of Senatorial Dissent," Annals of Iowa 48 (), 56– To the end of his life Smith Wildman Brookhart insisted that ‘liquor is a poison and drinking it is a crime.’3.

References. 1.”I’ve Enforced Dry Law.’ Cries Brookhardt.’ Des Moines Register, Feb. 8, 2. McDaniels, G. Smith Wildman Brookhart. Ames: Iowa State U Press,p. McDaniels, G. The Search for Smith Wildman. ern Iowa Normal in Bloomfield.

While teaching in country schools, Brookhart read law on the side. After being admitted to the bar inhe set up law practice in the town of Washington, in Wash-ington County, midst Iowa's most productive corn and hog region.

Washington, with its red brick courthouse, was a typical Iowa county seat, to which. Smith Wildman Brookhart (), George McDaniel has made a major contribution to Iowa history and biography.

In the history of Iowa politics, few individuals were as colorful or controversial as Smith Brookhart, one of the Senate's "sons of the wild jackass" in the s. He won his first office, that of Washington County Attorney, in December 7 – The Council for the Preservation of Rural England (CPRE) is founded (now the Campaign to Protect Rural England).

December 17 – Lithuanian coup d'état: A democratically elected government is overthrown in Lithuania; Antanas Smetona assumes ies: 19th century, 20th century, 21st century. Smith Wildman Brookhart: Iowa's Renegade Republican.

Ames: Iowa State University Press, ; Neprash, Jerry. The Brookhart Campaigns in Iowa A Study in the Motivation of Political Attitudes. Reprint. New York: AMS Press, Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, Present. The Republican Party in Iowa and the Defeat of Smith Wildman Brookhart, GEORGE WILLIAM MCDANIEL.

Politics in Iowa is what Hugh Latimer and Mayor Gatnor would call "mish-mash." Senator Brookhart, renominated in the Republican primary, is going up and down the State de-nouncing Mr.

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Harold Everett Hughes (Febru – Octo ) was the 36th Governor of Iowa from untiland a United States senator from Iowa from until He began his political career as a Republican but changed his affiliation to the Democratic Party in Born: Harold Everett Hughes, Febru.

BROOKHART, INSURGENT can leadership, and other numerous and influential classes of citizenship he has managed to offend or irritate, as "that.

Smith Wildman Brookhart (February 2, – Novem ), was twice elected as a Republican to represent Iowa in the United States Senate. He was considered an "insurgent" within the Republican Party; his criticisms of the Harding and Coolidge Administrations and of business interests alienated others within the Republican caucus, leading to his ouster from the Senate over an election Born: ()February 2, Arbela, Missouri.

Email this Article David W. Stewart. (For list of Book Reviews, see next page) Published Bi-monthly by Brookhart Campaigns in Iowa, J. Neprash. Re-viewed. Brooks, Robert C. Book reviews. Campaign funds in a depression year. CANADA. Reid, Escott. Effect of the. INDEX Smith Wildman Brookhart (February 2, Novem ), was twice elected as a Republican to represent Iowa in the United States was considered an "insurgent" within the Republican Party; his criticisms of the Harding and Coolidge Administrations and of business interests alienated others within the Republican caucus, leading to his ouster from the Senate over an election challenge.

David Wallace Stewart (Janu – Febru ) served as a United States Senator from Iowa from August 7,until March 3,serving out the unexpired term of a senator who died soon after he was defeated for re-election in a Republican primary. Born in New Concord, Ohio, Stewart attended public schools and graduated from Geneva College (in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania Born: JanuNew Concord, Ohio.

Lester Jesse ("L. J." or "Dick") Dickinson (Octo – June 4, ) was a Republican United States Representative and Senator from was, in the words of Time magazine, "a big, friendly, white-thatched Iowa lawyer." In early he dreamed of winning the presidency.

However, the only race he would enter that year would be for his own seat in the Senate, and he would lose : OctoDerby, Iowa, U.S. Albert Baird Cummins (Febru – J ), American lawyer and politician.

He was the 18th Governor of Iowa elected to three consecutive terms and U.S. Senator for Iowa serving for 18 : Albert Baird Cummins, Febru.

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“He represents the backbone of genuine men of Iowa; we are people who raise corn that makes hogs. I’m surprised the senator doesn’t go to Washington with overalls and cowhide boots,” Burton Sweet, a Republican congressman from Iowa, said about his colleague Republican Senator Smith Brookhart in Iowa History, a weekly column, appears at [ ].