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This one-volume history of the U.S. by one of our foremost historians tells of the country's diversity and complexity and also of "the forces that have drawn it together and allowed it to survive and flourish despite division." A superb rendering of the American past that vividly portrays a complex and great nation.
Chapter 1: The Meeting of CulturesChapter 2: Transplantations and BorderlandsChapter 3: Society and Culture in Provincial AmericaChapter 4: The Empire in TransitionChapter 5: The American RevolutionChapter 6: The Constitution and the New RepublicChapter 7: The Jeffersonian EraChapter 8: Varieties of American NationalismChapter 9: Jacksonian AmericaChapter 10: America’s Economic RevolutionChapter 11: Cotton, Slavery, and the Old SouthChapter 12: Antebellum Culture and ReformChapter 13: The Impending CrisisChapter 14: The Civil WarChapter 15: Reconstruction and the New SouthChapter 16: The Conquest of the Far WestChapter 17: Industrial SupremacyChapter 18: The Age of the CityChapter 19: From Stalemate to CrisisChapter 20: The Imperial RepublicChapter 21: The Rise of ProgressivismChapter 22: The Battle for National ReformChapter 23: America and the Great WarChapter 24: The New EraChapter 25: The Great DepressionChapter 26: The New DealChapter 27: The Global Crisis, 1921-1941Chapter 28: America in a World at WarChapter 29: The Cold WarChapter 30: The Affluent SocietyChapter 31: The Ordeal of LiberalismChapter 32: The Crisis of AuthorityChapter 33: From the “Age of Limits” to the Age of ReaganChapter 34: The Age of Globalization