In Tracy Daugherty's third novel, childhood innocence and political ambition meet just prior to the First World War in the person of Harry Shaughnessy, an Oklahoma farmer' son. Gifted with a booming speaking voice and a charismatic presence, the boy learns the socialist credo from his father, who takes him on the road-from laborers' camps to county fairs to Oklahoma City-to spread the people's gospel to farmers, miners, and oil workers. Along the way young Harry encounters other socialist crusaders-Eugene V. Debs, Oscar Ameringer, and the dynamic red-haired feminist Kate O'Hare.
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|Size: ||371 KB|
|Publisher: ||Dzanc Books|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781938604713 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|