Cal­i­for­nia at War: The State and the Peo­ple dur­ing World War I

The New York Review of Books - - News - Di­ane M. T. North

The first se­ri­ous so­cial his­tory of Cal­i­for­nia dur­ing World War I is com­pre­hen­sive, care­fully re­searched, and clearly writ­ten as it traces the roots of Cal­i­for­nia’s rise to global stature. It is in­valu­able for its de­tail of the vi­o­la­tions of con­sti­tu­tional rights made in the name of pa­tri­o­tism. Pub Jun 2018. 6 x 9 in. 496 pp. 70 pho­to­graphs, 2 maps. Univer­sity Press of Kansas ISBN 978-0-7006-2646-5 C/$29.95

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