|Statement||F. Gerald Ham, editor.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
Papers of Henry Demarest Lloyd. (Microfilm Edition) Wisconsin Historical Society. Additional information at and ?c=wiarchives;view=reslist;subview=standard;didno=uw-whs-ill00e. Henry Demarest Lloyd ( . Format: The Papers of Henry Demarest Lloyd. Guide to a Microfilm Edition. Edited by F. Gerald Ham 28pp. xmm paperbound Media: Microfilm . Get this from a library! The papers of Henry Demarest Lloyd: guide to a microfilm edition. [Henry Demarest Lloyd; F Gerald Ham; United States. National Historical Publications Commission.]. Lloyd, Henry Demarest, Papers, , Title. Papers, , ; manuscripts of articles and books written by Lloyd; scrapbooks containing annotated clippings of articles by and about Lloyd and subjects in which he was interested; book reviews; research materials; and miscellany. In the miscellany is.
Papers consist of correspondence, ; manuscripts of articles and books written by Lloyd; scrapbooks containing annotated clippings of articles by and about Lloyd and subjects in which he was interested; book reviews; research materials; and miscellany. Florence Kelley papers, , New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division: referencedIn: Correspondence, Houghton Library: creatorOf: Lloyd, Henry Demarest, Henry Demarest Lloyd papers, (inclusive), [microform]. Yale University Library. American reformer Henry Demarest Lloyd () epitomized the patrician social reformer in lateth-century America. His career is characterized by the motto of a journal he helped found: "Independent in everything, neutral in nothing." Henry Demarest Lloyd . Henry Demarest Lloyd [Book Review] Robert A. Woods. Ethics 9 (4) () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) Keywords No keywords specified (fix it) Categories Social and Political Philosophy. Value Theory (categorize this paper) DOI / Options .
Henry Demarest Lloyd was active in the reform movement that brought down Boss Tweed in New York City, then relocated to Chicago, where he wrote for the Tribune. He earned his fame for exposing corporate misconduct, campaigning against child labor, and Born: Get this book in print interest issue John Judge letter liberty living Lloyd wrote meeting ment mind miners monopoly never oil trust Omaha platform organised paper People's party platform political President principles protest Pullman strike question railroad railway realised referendum reform Republican revolution Henry Demarest Lloyd. He remained at the paper until Lloyd was one of the precursors to the later muckraker journalists, writing a searing exposé of the monopolistic abuses of John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Trust, "The Story of a Great Monopoly," published in the March issue of The Atlantic. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Henry Demarest Lloyd, , a biography".