download Ê eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ James Burkhart GilbertAt the ailures of that period the middle class structure and neglected segregated slums. Tion Chronicling the byplay between cultural homogeneity and heterogeneity unity and diversity James Gilbert not only throws light on Chicago's past but also provides insight that can be applied to the cultural debates of our own time Adria Bernardi Chicago TribuneWhat Gilbert has done is "to enable the reader to experience the grand utopian visions of the times yet at the same time see the "enable the reader to experience the utopian visions of the times yet at the same time see the reality that made the visions impossible
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This books is elouently written and offers a resh contemporary perspective on a Chicag. In this elegant and sensitive look at the milieu of the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 James Gilbert examines the three utopias that were designed to "bring order to the chaos of urban life The World's Fair "order to the chaos of urban life The World's Fair George Pullman's community Before You for his workers and Dwight Moody's evangelical crusade Gilbert draws upon a rich selection ofiction collective biography architecture photographs and souvenir books to show how these experiments each acted as a middle class pres.
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