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The Changing Order; A Study of Democracy

By Triggs, Oscar Lovell

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Title: The Changing Order; A Study of Democracy  
Author: Triggs, Oscar Lovell
Language: English
Subject: Browning, Robert, 1812-1889, Inness, George, 1825-1894, Morris, William
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Publisher: Chicago; Charles H. Kerr & Co.; University of California Libraries


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Lovell, 1865-193, T. O. (1908). The Changing Order; A Study of Democracy. Retrieved from

Introduction.--Democratic art.--The esoteric tendency in literature: Browning.--Subjective landscape art: George Inness.--The critical attitude.--An instance of conversion: Tolstoi.--A type of transition: William Morris.--The philosophy of play.--Democratic education.--Where is the poet?--The new doctrine of labor.--The sociological viewpoint in art.--The philosophy of the betterment movement.--Industrial feudalism - and after.--The workshop and school.--A school of industrial art.--The philosophic and religious ground: Walt Whitman.--The outlook to the East

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