Efforts on Behalf of Democracy by Charles Ives and His Family: Their Religious Contexts

Baron, Carol K.
March 2004
Musical Quarterly;Spring2004, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p6
Academic Journal
Focuses on the efforts of author Charles Ives to advance the cause of a democracy responsive to all people. Ives' essays on his religious and political affinities; Concern for the community in relation to the realm of progressive philosophy and politics; Consideration of the family values of Ives which are rooted in social and philanthropic activities.


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