The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People, Volume 2 / Edition 6

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Known for its clear narrative voice and impeccable scholarship, Alan Brinkley's best-selling survey text invites students to think critically about the many forces that continually create the Unfinished Nation that is the United States. In a concise but wide-ranging narrative, Brinkley shows the diversity and complexity of the nation and our understanding of its history—one that continues to evolve both in the events of the present and in our reexamination of new evidence and perspectives on the past. This sixth edition features a new series of Patterns of Popular Culture essays, as well as expanded coverage of pre-Columbian America, new America in the World essays, and updated coverage of recent events and developments that demonstrates how a new generation continues to shape the American story.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780077286361
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies,Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/11/2009
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 544
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 15: Reconstruction and the New SouthThe Problems of PeacemakingRadical ReconstructionThe South in ReconstructionThe Grant AdministrationThe Abandonment of ReconstructionThe New SouthConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: ReconstructionChapter 16: The Conquest of the Far WestThe Societies of the Far WestThe Changing Western EconomyThe Romance of the WestThe Dispersal of the TribesThe Rise and Decline of the Western FarmerConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: The Frontier and the WestChapter 17: Industrial SupremacySources of Industrial GrowthCapitalism and Its CriticsThe Ordeal of the WorkerConclusionFor Further ReferencePatterns of Popular Culture: The Novels of Horatio AlgerChapter 18: The Age of the CityThe New Urban GrowthThe Urban LandscapeStrains of Urban LifeThe Rise of Mass ConsumptionLeisure in the Consumer SocietyHigh Culture in the Urban AgeConclusionFor Further ReferenceAmerica in the World: Global MigrationsChapter 19: From Crisis to Empire The Politics of EquilibriumThe Agrarian RevoltThe Crisis of the 1890sStirrings of ImperialismWar with SpainThe Republic as EmpireConclusionFor Further Reference Debating the Past: PopulismAmerica in the World: ImperialismChapter 20: The ProgressivesThe Progressive Impulse Women and Reform The Assault on the Parties Sources of Progressive Reform Crusades for Order and Reform Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency The Troubled Succession Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom Conclusion For Further Reference Debating the Past: ProgressivismAmerican in the World: Social DemocracyChapter 21: America and the Great WarThe "Big Stick": America and the World, 1901-1917The Road to War"War Without Stint"The Search for a New World OrderA Society in TurmoilConclusionFor Further ReferencePatterns of Popular Culture: Billy Sunday and Modern RevivalismChapter 22: The New EraThe New EconomyThe New CultureA Conflict of CulturesRepublican GovernmentConclusionFor Further ReferenceAmerica in the World: The CinemaChapter 23: The Great DepressionThe Coming of the DepressionThe American People in Hard TimesThe Depression and American CultureThe Ordeal of Herbert HooverConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: Causes of the Great DepressionAmerica in the World: The Global DepressionChapter 24: The New DealLaunching the New DealThe New Deal in TransitionThe New Deal in DisarrayLimits and Legacies of the New DealConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: The New DealPatterns of Popular Culture: The Golden Age of Comic BooksChapter 25: The Global Crisis, 1921-1941The Diplomacy of the New EraIsolationism and InternationalismFrom Neutrality to Intervention ConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: The Question of Pearl HarborAmerica in the World: The Sino-Japanese War, 1931-1941Chapter 26: America in a World at WarWar on Two FrontsThe American Economy in WartimeRace and Gender in Wartime AmericaAnxiety and Affluence in Wartime CultureThe Defeat of the AxisConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: The Decision to Drop the Atomic BombChapter 27: The Cold WarOrigins of the Cold WarThe Collapse of the PeaceAmerica After the WarThe Korean WarThe Crusade Against SubversionConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: The Cold WarDebating the Past: McCarthyismChapter 28: The Affluent SocietyThe Economic "Miracle"The Explosion of Science and TechnologyPeople of PlentyThe Other AmericaThe Rise of the Civil Rights MovementEisenhower RepublicanismEisenhower, Dulles, and the Cold WarConclusionFor Further ReferencePatterns of Popular Culture: Lucy and DesiChapter 29: The Ordeal of LiberalismExpanding the Liberal StateThe Battle for Racial Equality"Flexible Response" and the Cold WarThe Agony of VietnamThe Traumas of 1968 ConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: The Civil Rights MovementDebating the Past: The Vietnam CommitmentAmerica in the World: 1968Chapter 30: The Crisis of AuthorityYouth CultureThe Mobilization of MinoritiesThe New FeminismEnvironmentalism in a Turbulent SocietyNixon, Kissinger, and the WarNixon, Kissinger, and the WorldPolitics and Economics in the Nixon YearsThe Watergate CrisisConclusionFor Further ReferenceDebating the Past: WatergateAmerica in the World: The End of ColonialismChapter 31: From the "Age of Limits" to the Age of ReaganPolitics and Diplomacy After WatergateThe Rise of the New American RightThe "Reagan Revolution"America and the Waning of the Cold WarConclusionFor Further Reference Patterns of Popular Culture: The MallChapter 32: The Age of GlobalizationThe Resurgence of PartisanshipThe Economic BoomScience and Technology in the New EconomyA Changing SocietyA Contested CultureThe Perils of GlobalizationConclusionFor Further ReferenceAmerica in the World: The Global Environmental Movement

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