Alan Brinkley’s “Voices of Protest”
” In Alan Brinkley’s Voices of Protest, the author discusses the rise and fall of two significant figures whose words and actions formulated a critique of American
society and leadership during the Great Depression. In fact, he says that Long and Coughlin, although not together, were articulating a “distinctive ideology.”
In a short essay (4-6 pages, double spaced, standard margins, 12 font) discuss the ideology these two figures presented, and explain why the implementation of this
ideology fell short.In articulating this ideology, please include specific examples from the book on how both figures expressed themselves, what they used to express
themselves, and why the implementation of this distinct ideology fell short.In other words, what had changed, according to Brinkley, in American society to make this
ideology unworkable? In other words, why were Long and Coughlin only “voices” and not effective leaders of movements that changed America?Finally, do you agree with
Brinkley’s interpretation? Why or why not?
You need to include specific examples from the Brinkley book to make your argument.You may also use your textbook or my lectures as sources as well. ”
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