Enduring Vision Text with @History 2. 0 Student CD-ROM / Edition 1

Enduring Vision Text with @History 2. 0 Student CD-ROM / Edition 1

by Neal Salisbury, Nancy Woloch, Joseph F. Kett, Harvard Sitkoff
     
 

ISBN-10: 061825420X

ISBN-13: 9780618254200

Pub. Date: 01/01/1999

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company College Division

This cutting-edge format is ideal for tailoring a U.S. history survey course to individual teaching needs, or for facilitating distance learning. Retaining the solid scholarship, content, and writing style of The Enduring Vision, this unique Essentials edition is supported by a CD-ROM that offers video, audio, graphics, primary source documents, and

Overview

This cutting-edge format is ideal for tailoring a U.S. history survey course to individual teaching needs, or for facilitating distance learning. Retaining the solid scholarship, content, and writing style of The Enduring Vision, this unique Essentials edition is supported by a CD-ROM that offers video, audio, graphics, primary source documents, and interactive activities.


Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780618254200
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin Company College Division
Publication date:
01/01/1999
Pages:
443
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Contents
  • 1. America Begins
    The First Americans
    The Indians' Continent
    New World Peoples on the Eve of European Contact
  • 2. Transatlantic Encounters and Colonial Beginnings, 1492–1630
    Old World Peoples
    European Expansion
    Footholds in North America
  • 3. Expansion and Diversity: The Rise of Colonial America
    The New England Way
    Chesapeake Society
    Spread of Slavery: The Caribbean and Carolina
    The Middle Colonies
    Rivals for North America
  • 4. Colonial Society Comes of Age, 1660–1750
    Restoration and Rebellion
    A Maturing Colonial Economy and Society
    Competing for a Continent
    Enlightenment and Awakening
  • 5. The Road to Revolution, 1744–1776
    Imperial Warfare
    Imperial Reorganization
    Era of Anglo-American Crisis
    Toward Independence
  • 6. The Forge of Nationhood, 1776–1788
    America's First Civil War
    Revolutionary Society
    Forging New Governments
  • 7. Launching the New Republic, 1789–1800
    The Fragile New Nation
    Constitutional Government Takes Shape
    National Economic Policy and Its Consequences
    The United States in a Hostile World
    Battling for the Nation's Soul
    Deferring Equality
  • 8. Jeffersonianism and the Era of Good Feelings
    The Age of Jefferson
    The Gathering Storm
    The War of 1812
    The Awakening of American Nationalism
  • 9. The Transformation of American Society, 1815–1840
    Westward Expansion and the Growth of the Market Economy
    The Rise of Manufacturing
    Equality and Inequality
    The Revolution in Social Relationships
  • 10. Politics, Religion, and Reform inAntebellum America
    The Transformation of American Politics, 1824–1832
    The Bank Controversy and the Second Party System
    The Rise of Popular Religion
    The Age of Reform
  • 11. Life, Leisure, and Culture, 1840–1860
    Technology and Economic Growth
    The Quality of Life
    Democratic Pastimes
    The Quest for Nationality in Literature and Art
  • 12. The Old South and Slavery, 1800–1860
    King Cotton
    Social Relations in the White South
    Honor and Violence in the Old South
    Life Under Slavery
    The Emergence of African-American Culture
  • 13. Immigration, Expansion, and Sectional Conflict, 1840–1848
    Newcomers and Natives
    The West and Beyond
    The Politics of Expansion
  • 14. From Compromise to Secession, 1850–1861
    The Compromise of 1850
    The Collapse of the Second Party System
    The Crisis of the Union
  • 15. Reforging the Union: Civil War, 1861–1865
    Mobilizing for War
    In Battle, 1861–1862
    Emancipation Transforms the War
    War and Society, North and South
    The Union Victorious, 1864–1865
  • 16. The Crisis of Reconstruction, 1865–1877
    Reconstruction Politics
    Reconstruction Governments
    The Impact of Emancipation
    New Concerns in the North
    Reconstruction Abandoned
  • 17. The Trans-Mississippi West
    Native Americans and the Frontier
    Settling the West
    Exploiting the West
    The West of Life and Legend
  • 18. The Rise of Industrial America
    The Character of Industrial Change
    The New South
    Industrial Work and the Work Force
    Labor Unions and Industrial Conflict
  • 19. The Transformation of Urban America
    Urban Expansion
    The Urban Challenge
    Reshaping the Urban Environment
  • 20. Daily Life, Popular Culture, and the Arts, 1860–1900
    Everyday Life in Flux
    Middle-Class Society and Culture
    Working-Class Leisure in the Immigrant City
    Culture in Conflict
  • 21. Politics and Expansion in an Industrializing Age
    Party Politics in an Era of Social and Economic Upheaval
    Politics of Privilege, Politics of Exclusion
    The 1890s: Politics in a Depression Decade
    The Watershed Election of 1896
    Expansionist Stirrings and War with Spain
    Deepening Imperialist Ventures: The Philippines, China, and Panama
  • 22. The Progressive Era
    A Changing American Society and Economy
    The Progressive Movement Takes Shape
    Progressivism and Social Control: The Movement's Coercive Dimension
    African-Americans and Women Organize
    National Progressivism—Phase I: Roosevelt and Taft
    National Progressivism—Phase II: Woodrow Wilson
  • 23. World War I
    Defining America's World Role
    War in Europe
    Mobilizing at Home, Fighting in France
    Promoting the War and Suppressing Dissent
    Economic and Social Trends in Wartime America
    Joyous Armistice, Bitter Aftermath
  • 24. The 1920s
    A New Economic Order
    Republicans in Power
    Mass Society, Mass Culture
    Cultural Ferment and Creativity
    A Society in Conflict
    Hoover at the Helm
  • 25. Crash, Depression, and New Deal
    Crash and Depression
    The New Deal Takes Shape
    The New Deal Changes Course
    The New Deal Draws to a Close
  • 26. American Life in a Decade of Crisis at Home and Abroad
    The American People in the Depression Decade
    The American Cultural Scene in the Thirties
    The United States in a Menacing World
  • 27. Waging Global War, 1939–1945
    Into the Storm, 1939–1941
    America Mobilizes for War
    War and American Society
    The Battlefront, 1942–1944
    Triumph and Tragedy, 1945
  • 28. Cold War America, 1945–1952
    The Postwar Political Setting
    Anticommunism and Containment
    The Truman Administration at Home
    The Politics of Anticommunism
  • 29. America at Midcentury
    The Eisenhower Presidency
    The Cold War Continues
    The Affluent Society
    Consensus and Conservatism
    The Other America
    Seeds of Disquiet
  • 30. The Turbulent Sixties
    The New Frontier, 1960–1963
    New Frontiers Abroad, 1960–1963
    The Great Society
    The Changing Struggle for Equality, 1964–1968
    The Lost Crusade in Vietnam, 1964–1968
  • 31. A Troubled Journey: From Port Huron to Watergate
    The Rise and Fall of the Youth Movement
    1968: The Politics of Strife
    Nixon and World Politics
    Domestic Problems and Divisions
    The Crisis of the Presidency
  • 32. Turning Inward: Society and Politics from Ford to Reagan
    After the Sixties: Changing Social and Cultural Contours
    America Turns Inward
    Years of Malaise: Post-Watergate Politics and Diplomacy
    The Reagan Revolution
  • 33. Beyond the Cold War
    Problems and Opportunities in Reagan's Second Term
    The Bush Years: Resolve Abroad, Drift at Home
    The Clinton Years: Politics of Pragmatism
    After 1994: A Sharp Right Turn

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