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The Big Vote: Gender, Consumer Culture, and the Politics of Exclusion, 1890s--1920s (Reconfiguring American Political History) Low Voter Turnout Is A Serious Problem In American Politics Today, But It Is Not A New One Its Roots Lay In The 1920s When, For The First Time In Nearly A Century, A Majority Of Eligible Americans Did Not Bother To Cast Ballots In A Presidential Election Stunned By This Civic Failure So Soon After A World War To Make The World Safe For Democracy, Reforming Women And Business Men Launched Massive Campaigns To Get Out The Vote By 1928, They Had Enlisted The Enthusiastic Support Of Than A Thousand Groups In Forty Six States.In The Big Vote, Historian Liette Gidlow Shows That The Get Out The Vote Campaigns Overlooked By Historians Until Now Were In Fact Part Of An Important Transformation Of Political Culture In The Early Twentieth Century Weakened Political Parties, Ascendant Consumer Culture, Labor Unrest, Jim Crow, Widespread Anti Immigration Sentiment, And The New Woman Suffrage All Raised Serious Questions About The Meanings Of Good Citizenship Gidlow Recasts Our Understandings Of The Significance Of The Woman Suffrage Amendment And Shows That It Was Important Not Only Because It Enfranchised Women But Because It Also Ushered In A New Era Of Near Universal Suffrage Faced With The Apparent Equality Of Citizens Before The Ballot Box, Middle Class And Elite Whites In The Get Out The Vote Campaigns And Elsewhere Advanced A Searing Critique Of The Ways That Workers, Ethnics, And Sometimes Women Behaved As Citizens Through Techniques Ranging From Civic Education To Modern Advertising, They Worked In The Realm Of Culture To Undo The Equality That Constitutional Amendments Had Seemed To Achieve Through Their Efforts, By The Late 1920s, Civic Had Become Practically Synonymous With Middle Class And White Richly Documented With Primary Sources From Political Parties And Civic Groups, Popular And Ethnic Periodicals, And Electoral Returns, The Big Vote Looks Closely At The National Get Out The Vote Campaigns And At The Internal Dynamics Of Campaigns In The Case Study Cities Of New York, New York, Grand Rapids, Michigan, And Birmingham, Alabama In The End, The Get Out The Vote Campaigns Shed Light Not Only On The Problem Of Voter Turnout In The 1920s, But On Some Of The Problems That Hamper The Practice Of Full Democracy Even Today.


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12 thoughts on “The Big Vote: Gender, Consumer Culture, and the Politics of Exclusion, 1890s--1920s (Reconfiguring American Political History)

  1. says:

    Disturbed by the low voter turnout in 1920 and energized by the enfranchisement of women, civic organization undertook a massive Get Out The Vote movement in the 1920s using innovative campaigns with modern advertising, radio, cars, newsreels and other media.and it failed well, depending on your motivations The campaign, as studied by Gidlow, was in the hands of upper middle cla


  2. says:

    The premise is good how is it, that at the very moment that the electorate was expanded the most, constitutionally, that actual voting in Presidential elections was undermined And what did people do about it Gidlow mines some good sources LO...


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