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Resources Used--Bibliography

La Follette and the Progressive Era

**primary source documents featured in lesson plans

Barton, Albert O. La Follette's Winning of Wisconsin (1894-1904). Madison: The Homestead Company, 1922.

Buenker, John D. and Edward R. Kantowicz. Historical Dictionary of the Progressive Era, 1890-1920. New York: Greenwood Press, 1988.

Buenker, John D. The History of Wisconsin Volume IV. The Progressive Era, 1893-1914. Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1998.

Buenker, John D. "Robert M. La Follette's Progressive Odyssey." Wisconsin Magazine of History. 1 (1998): 3-31.

Clark, James I. Robert M. La Follette and Wisconsin Progressivism. Madison: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1956.

Heitzmann, William Ray. "Looking at Elections through the Cartoonist's Eye." Social Education. 5 (2000): 314-319.

**Kander, Lizzie Black.  Speech "The Greatest Issue of the Day," Milwaukee.  In Mrs. Simon Kander Papers, 1875-1960. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

La Follette, Robert M. La Follette Autobiography. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1960.

**La Follette, Robert M. Scrapbook, 1900. In Robert M. La Follette Papers, 1879-1910, 1922-1924. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

**La Follette, Robert M. Speech "Dangers Threatening Representative Government," In Robert M. La Follette Papers, 1879-1910, 1922-1924. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

Margulies, Herbert. "Robert M. La Follette as Presidential Aspirant: The First Campaign, 1908." Wisconsin Magazine of History. 4 (1997): 258-279.

Maxwell, Robert S. La Follette. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1969.

McCarthy, Charles. The Wisconsin Idea. Wisconsin Electronic Reader. http://www.library.wisc.edu/etext/WIReader/Contents/Idea.html (1998).

**McCutcheon, John. Cartoon "Mr. La Follette's Strongest Card," 1911. In Visual Archives WHi(X3)3111. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

**McWhorter. Cartoon, c.1906. In Visual Archives WHi(X3)18449. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

Otto, Max C. "Washington, the '20's." Wisconsin Magazine of History. Winter (1959): 109-111.

**Photographs of Robert M. La Follette. Cumberland, 1897. In Visual Archives WHi (X3)14090, 14088, 14089, 1449. State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

Risjord, Norman K. Wisconsin: The Story of the Badger State. Madison: Wisconsin Trails, 1995.

"Robert Marion La Follette." Wisconsin Electronic Reader. http://www.library.wisc.edu/etext/WIReader/WER0661.html (1998).

Steffens, Lincoln. "Wisconsin: A State Where People Have Restored Representative Government - The Story of Governor La Follette." McClure's Magazine. 6 (1904): 563-579.

Torelle, Ellen. The Political Philosophy of Robert M. La Follette - As Revealed in His Speeches. Madison: Robert M. La Follette Co., 1920.

Weisberger, Bernard A. The La Follettes of Wisconsin: Love and Politics in Progressive America. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1994.

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