America's History, Value Edition, Volume 2 / Edition 8

America's History, Value Edition, Volume 2 / Edition 8

by James A. Henretta
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2901319040399
Pub. Date:
12/16/2015
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Bedford/St. Martin's

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America's History, Value Edition, Volume 2 / Edition 8


Known for its interpretive voice, balanced analysis, and brief-yet-comprehensive narrative, America’s History, Value Edition helps students to make sense of it all while modeling the kind of thinking and writing they need to be successful. The two-color Value Edition includes the full narrative, the popular nine-part organization, and select images and maps. This new Value Edition introduces a breakthrough in teaching and learning through the addition of LaunchPad, an intuitive e-book and course space with LearningCurve adaptive quizzing. LaunchPad also features all of the contents of the full edition including primary source activities, map and visual activities, adaptive and summative quizzing, and a wealth of optional resources.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 2901319040399
Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's
Publication date: 12/16/2015
Edition description: Eighth Edition
Pages: 672
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents


Please note:
The Combined Volume includes all chapters.
Volume 1 includes Chapters 1-16.
Volume 2 includes Chapters 16-31.

NOTE: LaunchPad material that does not appear in the print book – including author preview videos, guided reading activities, assessment tools, Thinking Like a Historian, American Voices, America Compared features, and all of the documents from Sources for America’s History – has been indicated on this table of contents as shown. Each chapter in LaunchPad also comes with a wealth of additional documents, Key Terms Flashcards, Map Quizzes, Timeline Activities, and much more, all of which can be easily integrated and assigned. 

Preface
Versions and Supplements
Brief Contents
Contents
Maps, Figures, and Tables

PART 6: INDUSTRIALIZING AMERICA: UPHEAVALS AND EXPERIMENTS, 1877–1917   

Documents from Sources for America's History, Part 6 Document Set LaunchPad  Only
Document P6-1:  William Graham Sumner, What Social Classes Owe to Each Other (1883) LaunchPad  Only
Document P6-2: William Dean Howells, Pernicious Fiction: Tests of the Poison (1887) LaunchPad  Only
Document P6-3: Caroline Ticknor, The Steel-Engraving Lady and the Gibson Girl (1901) LaunchPad  Only
Document P6-4: Franz Boas, The Mind of Primitive Man (1911) LaunchPad Only
Document P6-5: Royal Cortissoz, A Memorable Exhibition (1913) LaunchPad Only
Document P6-6: Carlos Montezuma, What Indians Must Do (1914) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Part 6 Document Set LaunchPad Only

17. INDUSTRIAL AMERICA: CORPORATIONS AND CONFLICTS, 1877–1911  
Author Preview Video  
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Guided Reading Activity   LaunchPad Only
The Rise of Big Business  
Innovators in Enterprise  
The Corporate Workplace  
On the Shop Floor  
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Poverty and Food  Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian   LaunchPad Only
Immigrants, East and West  
Newcomers from Europe  
AMERICA COMPARED: Emigrants and Destinations, 1881–1915 LaunchPad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
AMERICAN VOICES: Jewish Immigrants in the Industrial Economy  Launchpad
Quiz for American Voices   LaunchPad Only
Asian Americans and Exclusion  
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: Suey Hin: Sold into Sexual Slavery   LaunchPad Only
Labor Gets Organized  
The Emergence of a Labor Movement  
The Knights of Labor  
Farmers and Workers: The Cooperative Alliance  
Another Path: The American Federation of Labor  
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 17 LaunchPad  Only
Document 17-1:  Andrew Carnegie, Wealth (1889)  LaunchPad  Only
Document 17-2: Terence Powderly, Thirty Years of Labor (1889) LaunchPad  Only
Document 17-3: Antanas Kaztauskis, Life Story of a Lithuanian (c. 1906) LaunchPad  Only
Document 17-4: Chinese Exclusion Act (1882) LaunchPad  Only Document 17-5: Joseph Keppler, Looking Backward (1893) LaunchPad Only
Document 17-6: Arthur Twining Hadley, The Good and the Evil of Industrial Combination (1897) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 17 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 17 Summative Quiz   LaunchPad Only


18. THE VICTORIANS MAKE THE MODERN, 1880–1917  
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity   LaunchPad Only
Commerce and Culture   
Consumer Spaces   
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: America Picks Up the Telephone Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian   LaunchPad Only
Masculinity and the Rise of Sports    
The Great Outdoors   
Women, Men, and the Solitude of Self  
Changes in Family Life 
Education  
From Domesticity to Women’s Rights  
Science and Faith  
Darwinism and Its Critics 
AMERICAN VOICES: Three Interpretations of Social Darwinism LaunchPad
Quiz for American Voices   LaunchPad Only
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: Theodore Dreiser: Social Darwinism   LaunchPad Only
Realism in the Arts  
Religion: Diversity and Innovation   
AMERICA COMPARED: Christianity in the United States and Japan LaunchPad Only
Quiz for America Compared  LaunchPad Only
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 18 LaunchPad  Only
Document 18-1:  Theodore Roosevelt, Professionalism in Sports (1890) LaunchPad Only
Document 18-2: Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant, Educated for What? (1916) LaunchPad Only
Document 18-3: Booker T. Washington, Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition Speech (1895) LaunchPad Only
Document 18-4: Mary White Ovington, Black and White Sat Down Together: The Reminiscences of an NAACP Founder (1932-1933) LaunchPad Only
Document 18-5: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Women and Economics (1898) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 18 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 18 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


19. “CIVILIZATION’S INFERNO”: THE RISE AND REFORM OF INDUSTRIAL CITIES, 1880–1917  
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity  LaunchPad Only
The New Metropolis  
AMERICA COMPARED:
The World’s Biggest Cities, 1800–2000 Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared  LaunchPad Only
The Shape of the Industrial City  
Newcomers and Neighborhoods 
City Cultures  
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Making Mass Media: Newspaper Empires  Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad Only
Governing the Great City  
Urban Machines  
The Limits of Machine Government  
Crucibles of Progressive Reform  
Fighting Dirt and Vice  
The Movement for Social Settlements  
Cities and National Politics  
AMERICAN VOICES: "These Dead Bodies Were the Answer": The Triangle Fire  Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: William G. Shepherd and Rose Schneiderman: “These Dead  Bodies Were the Answer”: The Triangle Fire LaunchPad Only
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 19 LaunchPad  Only
Document 19-1:  Luna Park at Night (ca. 1913) LaunchPad Only
Document 19-2: Jane Addams, Why the Ward Boss Rules (1898) LaunchPad  Only
Document 19-3: Marie Ganz and Nat J. Ferber, Rebels Into Anarchy, and Out Again (1920) LaunchPad  Only
Document 19-4: New York World, New York Negroes Stage Silent Parade of Protest (1916) LaunchPad  Only
Document 19-5: Mary Brown Sumner, The Spirit of the Strikers (1910) LaunchPad  Only
Document 19-6: Upton Sinclair, The Jungle (1906) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 19 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 19 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


20. WHOSE GOVERNMENT? POLITICS, POPULISTS, AND PROGRESSIVES, 1880–1917  
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad Only
Reform Visions, 1880–1892  
Electoral Politics After Reconstruction  
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Making Modern Presidents LaunchPad
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad Only
The Populist Program  
The Political Earthquakes of the 1890s   
Depression and Reaction  
Democrats and the “Solid South”   
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: Ida B. Wells: The Cause of Lynching  LaunchPad Only
New National Realities  
Reform Reshaped, 1901–1912  
Theodore Roosevelt as President  
Diverse Progressive Goals  
AMERICA COMPARED: A Progressive Reports from New Zealand  LaunchPad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
The Election of 1912  
AMERICAN VOICES: Theodore Roosevelt: From Anti-Populist to New Nationalist LaunchPad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
Wilson and the New Freedom, 1913–1917  
Economic Reforms  
Progressive Legacies    
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 20 LaunchPad  Only
Document 20-1:  Omaha Platform (1892)   LaunchPad  Only
Document 20-2: Frederic Howe, The City: The Hope of Democracy (1909)   LaunchPad Only
Document 20-3: Josephine Conger-Kaneko, What a Socialist Alderman Would Do (1914)  LaunchPad  Only
Document 20-4: The Southern Mercury, The Colored Brother. A Spicy Letter from J. B. Rayner (1895)  LaunchPad Only
Document 20-5: Theodore Roosevelt, Annual Message to Congress (1907)   LaunchPad  Only
Document 20-6: W. E. B. Du Bois, The Talented Tenth (1903) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 20   LaunchPad Only
Chapter 20 Summative Quiz   LaunchPad Only

PART 7: DOMESTIC AND GLOBAL CHALLENGES, 1890–1945  

Documents from Sources for America's History, Part 7 Document Set LaunchPad Only
Document P7-1:  Citizens Committee of Orchard, Rivington and East Houston Streets, New York City to William Howard Taft (1912) LaunchPad  Only
Document P7-2: Horace Kallen, Democracy Versus the Melting Pot (1915)   LaunchPad Only
Document P7-3: Woman Suffrage in Washington, District of Columbia (c. 1917-1918)   LaunchPad  Only
Document P7-4: W. B. Riley, The Faith of the Fundamentalists (1927) LaunchPad Only
Document P7-5: Private Charles F. Wilson to Franklin D. Roosevelt (1944) LaunchPad  Only
Document P7-6: Luisa Moreno, Caravans of Sorrow (1940) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Part 7 Document Set LaunchPad  Only


21. AN EMERGING WORLD POWER, 1890–1918  
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity  LaunchPad Only
From Expansion to Imperialism  
Foundations of Empire  
The War of 1898  
Spoils of War  
AMERICAN VOICES: Debating the Philippines Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: General Arthur MacArthur: Making the Philippines Safe for Democracy  LaunchPad Only
A Power Among Powers  
The Open Door in Asia  
The United States and Latin America  
The United States in World War I  
From Neutrality to War  
“Over There”  
AMERICA COMPARED: The Human Cost of World War I Launchpad
Quiz for America Compared  LaunchPad Only
War on the Home Front  
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: German Americans in World War I  Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian  LaunchPad Only
Catastrophe at Versailles  
The Fate of Wilson’s Ideas  
Congress Rejects the Treaty  
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 21 LaunchPad  Only
Document 21-1:  Albert Beveridge, “The March of the Flag” Speech (1898)  LaunchPad  Only
Document 21-2: Liliuokalani, Hawaii’s Story by Hawaii’s Queen (1898) LaunchPad Only
Document 21-3: Semper Vigilans, Aguinaldo’s Case Against the United States (1899)   LaunchPad  Only
Document 21-4: Alfred Bryan ad Al Piantadosi, “I Didn’t Raise My Boy to be a Soldier” (1915)   LaunchPad  Only
Document 21-5: The Liberator, Tulsa, November 9th (1918) LaunchPad  Only
Document 21-6: Woodrow Wilson, War Aims and Peace Terms (1918) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 21 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 21 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


22. Cultural Conflict, Bubble, and Bust, 1919–1932  
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad Only
Conflicted Legacies of World War I  
Racial Strife  
Erosion of Labor Rights  
The Red Scare  
Politics in the 1920s  
Women in Politics  
Republicans and Business  
Dollar Diplomacy  
Culture Wars  
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Who Joined the Ku Klux Klan? Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad Only
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: Hiram Wesley Evans: The Fight for Americanism LaunchPad Only
Intellectual Modernism  
Harlem in Vogue  
Critiquing American Life
AMERICAN VOICES: Urban Writers Describe Small-Town America  Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
From Boom to Bust  
The Postwar Economy  
Consumer Culture  
AMERICA COMPARED: Hollywood in Europe  LaunchPad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
The Coming of the Great Depression   
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 22 LaunchPad  Only
Document 22-1: Bartolomeo Vanzetti, Last Statement to the Court of Massachusetts (1927) LaunchPad  Only
Document 22-2: Carrie Chapman Catt, Passing the Federal Suffrage Amendment (1918) LaunchPad  Only
Document 22-3: Platform of the Conference for Progressive Political Action (1924) LaunchPad   Only
Document 22-4: Billy Sunday, Get on the Water Wagon (1915) LaunchPad  Only
Document 22-5: Langston Hughes, Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain (1926) LaunchPad Only
Document 22-6: Advertising the American Dream LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 22 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 22 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


23. MANAGING THE GREAT DEPRESSION, FORGING THE NEW DEAL, 1929–1939
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad Only
Early Responses to the Depression, 1929–1932
AMERICA COMPARED
: The Great Depression in England and the United States   Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
Enter Herbert Hoover
Rising Discontent
The 1932 Election
The New Deal Arrives, 1933–1935 
Roosevelt and the First Hundred Days
AMERICAN VOICES: Ordinary People Respond to the New Deal  Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices   LaunchPad Only
The New Deal Under Attack
The Second New Deal and the Redefining of Liberalism, 1935–1938
The Welfare State Comes into Being
From Reform to Stalemate
The New Deal’s Impact on Society
Thinking Like a Historian:
The New Deal and Public Works  Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad Only
A People’s Democracy
Reshaping the Environment
The New Deal and the Arts
The Legacies of the New Deal
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 23 LaunchPad  Only
Document 23-1: Herbert Hoover, Letter to Simeon Fess (1933) LaunchPad Only
Document 23-2: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Inaugural Address (1933) LaunchPad  Only
Document 23-3: Huey Long, “Every Man a King” (1934) LaunchPad  Only
Document 23-4: Michigan Artist Alfred Castagne Sketching WPA Construction Workers (1939) LaunchPad  Only
Document 23-5: John L. Lewis, The Battle for Industrial Democracy (1936) LaunchPad Only
Document 23-6: John Steinbeck, Their Blood is Strong (1938) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 23 LaunchPad  Only
Chapter 23 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


24. THE WORLD AT WAR, 1937–1945
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad Only
The Road to War
The Rise of Fascism
War Approaches
The Attack on Pearl Harbor
Organizing for Victory
Financing the War
AMERICA COMPARED: The Scales of War: Losses and Gains During World War II  Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
Mobilizing the American Fighting Force
Workers and the War Effort
AMERICAN VOICES: Women in the Wartime Workplace Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
Politics in Wartime
Life on the Home Front
“For the Duration”
 THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Mobilizing the Home Front  Launchpad Only
 Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad Only
Migration and the Wartime City
Japanese Removal
Fighting and Winning the War
Wartime Aims and Tensions
The War in Europe
The War in the Pacific
The Atomic Bomb and the End of the War
The Toll of the War 
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 24 LaunchPad  Only
Document 24-1:  Franklin D. Roosevelt, Annual Message to Congress on the State of the Union (1941) LaunchPad   Only
Document 24-2: Claud Woodring, Jay Adams, Interviews with the Library of Congress Veteran’s History Project (2001, 2003) LaunchPad  Only
Document 24-3: Gordon Hirabayashi, Why I Refused to Register for Evacuation (1942) LaunchPad  Only
Document 24-4: LULAC NEWS, Editorial (1945) LaunchPad  Only
Document 24-5: LIFE MAGAZINE, Atrocities (1945) LaunchPad  Only
Document 24-6: Harry Truman, Statement by the President Announcing the Use of the A-Bomb at Hiroshima (1945) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 24 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 24 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only

PART 8: THE MODERN STATE AND THE AGE OF LIBERALISM, 1945–1980

Documents from Sources for America's History, Part 8 Document Set LaunchPad  Only
Document P8-1:  NSC-68 (1950) LaunchPad  Only
Document P8-2: John D. Peurifoy, Letter to John M. Cabot, Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (1953) LaunchPad  Only
Document P8-3: John F. Kennedy, Address to the United Nations General Assembly (1961) LaunchPad  Only
Document P8-4: Letters Between Lyndon Johnson and Ho Chi Minh (1967) LaunchPad  Only
Document P8-5: Kissinger in Africa (1976) LaunchPad  Only
Document P8-6: Demonstrators Supporting Captors of U. S. Embassy Hostages March on the Besieged Compound (1979) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Part 8 Document Set LaunchPad  Only


25. COLD WAR AMERICA, 1945–1963
Author Preview Video   LaunchPad Only
Guided Reading Activity   LaunchPad Only
Containment and a Divided Global Order 
Origins of the Cold War
The Containment Strategy
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: The Global Cold War  Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian  LaunchPad Only
AMERICA COMPARED: Arming for the Cold War  Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared  LaunchPad Only
Containment in Asia 
Cold War Liberalism
Truman and the End of Reform
Red Scare: The Hunt for Communists
AMERICAN VOICES: Hunting Communists and Liberals Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES:  Mark Goodson: Red Hunting on the Quiz Shows LaunchPad Only
The Politics of Cold War Liberalism
Containment in the Postcolonial World
The Cold War and Colonial Independence
John F. Kennedy and the Cold War
Making a Commitment in Vietnam 
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve  LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 25 LaunchPad  Only
Document 25-1:  George Kennan, “Long Telegram” to James Byrnes (1946) LaunchPad  Only
Document 25-2: Walter Lippmann, Cold War: A Study in U. S. Foreign Policy (1947) LaunchPad Only
Document 25-3: Max Lerner, “Scandal” in the State Dept.  (1950) LaunchPad Only
Document 25-4: Charlotte Oram, Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Investigations (1954) LaunchPad Only
Document 25-5: John Foster Dulles, The Evolution of Foreign Policy (1954) LaunchPad  Only
Document 25-6: Michigan Office of Civil Defense, The Family Fallout Shelter: Your One Defense Against Fallout (1959) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 25 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 25 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


26. TRIUMPH OF THE MIDDLE CLASS, 1945–1963 
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity   LaunchPad Only
Postwar Prosperity and the Affluent Society
Economy: From Recovery to Dominance 
A Nation of Consumers
Youth Culture
Religion and the Middle Class
The American Family in the Era of Containment 
The Baby Boom
Women, Work, and Family
AMERICAN VOICES: Coming of Age in the Postwar Years  Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices   LaunchPad Only
Challenging Middle-Class Morality
A Suburban Nation
The Postwar Housing Boom
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: The Suburban Landscape of Cold War America  Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad  Only
AMERICA COMPARED: Hanoch Bartov: Everyone Has a Car Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
Rise of the Sunbelt
Two Societies: Urban and Suburban  
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 25 LaunchPad  Only
Document 26-1:  Servicemen’s Readjustment Act (1944) LaunchPad  Only
Document 26-2: Doreen Spooner, Soda Fountain (1950) LaunchPad Only
Document 26-3: Billy Graham, Our Right to Require Belief (1956) LaunchPad Only
Document 26-4: Benjamin Spock, Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care (1946) LaunchPad Only
Document 26-5: Comic Books and Juvenile Delinquency: Interim Report of the Committee on the Judiciary (1955) LaunchPad Only
Document 26-6: Paul Goodman, Growing Up Absurd (1960) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 26 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 26 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


27. WALKING INTO FREEDOM LAND: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, 1941–1973 
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad  Only
The Emerging Civil Rights Struggle, 1941–1957 
Life Under Jim Crow
Origins of the Civil Rights Movement
World War II: The Beginnings
Cold War Civil Rights
AMERICA COMPARED: Freedom in the United States and Africa  Launchpad
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
Mexican Americans and Japanese Americans
Fighting for Equality Before the Law
Forging a Protest Movement, 1955–1965 
Nonviolent Direct Action
AMERICAN VOICES: Challenging White Supremacy  Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: Franklin McCain: Desegregating Lunch Counters LaunchPad Only
Legislating Civil Rights, 1963–1965
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Civil Rights and Black Power: Strategy and  Ideology  Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad Only
Beyond Civil Rights, 1966–1973
Black Nationalism
Poverty and Urban Violence 
Rise of the Chicano Movement
The American Indian Movement 
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 27 LaunchPad  Only
Document 27-1:  Lillian Smith, Killers of the Dream (1949) LaunchPad Only
Document 27-2: Declaration of Constitutional Principles (1956) LaunchPad Only
Document 27-3: Fannie Lou Hamer, Testimony Before the Credentials Committee of the Democratic National Convention (1964) LaunchPad Only
Document 27-4: Malcolm X, The Ballot or the Bullet (1964) LaunchPad Only
Document 27-5: Indians of All Tribes, Proclamation: To the Great White Father and All His People (1970) LaunchPad Only
Document 27-6: Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzalez, I Am Joaquin (1967) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 27 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 27 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


28. CONSERVATIVE REBIRTH, 1961–1972
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity   LaunchPad Only
Liberalism at High Tide
John F. Kennedy’s Promise 
Lyndon B. Johnson and the Great Society 
Rebirth of the Women’s Movement 
The Vietnam War Begins
Escalation Under Johnson
AMERICAN VOICES: The Toll of War  Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices  LaunchPad Only
Public Opinion and the War 
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Debating the War in Vietnam Launchpad Only
 Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian LaunchPad Only
CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: Letters to Dr. Spock LaunchPad Only
Rise of the Student Movement
Days of Rage, 1968–1972
AMERICA COMPARED
: The Global Protests of 1968 Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared  LaunchPad Only
War Abroad, Tragedy at Home
The Antiwar Movement and the 1968 Election
The Nationalist Turn 
Women’s Liberation 
Stonewall and Gay Liberation
Richard Nixon and the Politics of the Silent Majority
Nixon in Vietnam
The Silent Majority Speaks Out
The 1972 Election  
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 28 LaunchPad  Only
Document 28-1:  Lyndon Baines Johnson, The Great Society (1964) LaunchPad   Only
Document 28-2: John Kerry, Testimony Before the Senate Committee of Foreign Relations (1971) LaunchPad Only
Document 28-3: Redstockings Manifesto (1969) LaunchPad  Only
Document 28-4: Cesar Chavez, Letter from Delano (1969) LaunchPad Only
Document 28-5: Barry Goldwater, Acceptance Speech at the Republican National Convention (1964) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 28 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 28 Summative Quiz LaunchPad Only


29. The Search for Order in an Era of Limits, 1973–1980
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity   LaunchPad Only
An Era of Limits
Energy Crisis
Environmentalism 
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: The Environmental Movement: Reimagining the  Human-Earth Relationship   Launchpad Only
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian  LaunchPad Only
Economic Transformation 
AMERICA COMPARED: Economic Malaise in the Seventies   Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
Urban Crisis and Suburban Revolt 
Politics in Flux, 1973–1980  
Watergate and the Fall of a President
Jimmy Carter: The Outsider as President 
Reform and Reaction in the 1970s 
Civil Rights in a New Era
The Women’s Movement and Gay Rights
AMERICAN VOICES: Debating the Equal Rights Amendment Launchpad Only
Quiz for American Voices LaunchPad Only
After the Warren Court
The American Family on Trial
Working Families in the Age of Deindustrialization
Navigating the Sexual Revolution 
Religion in the 1970s: The Fourth Great Awakening 
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 29 LaunchPad  Only
Document 29-1:  Warren Leffle, Long Lines of Cars Waiting for Fuel at a Gas Station, Maryland (1979) LaunchPad Only
Document 29-2: Robert Howard, Youngstown Fights Back (1979) LaunchPad  Only
Document 29-3: Supreme Court Decision in Roe v. Wade (1973) LaunchPad  Only
Document 29-4: Phyllis Schlafy, Statement Opposing the ERA (1977) LaunchPad  Only
Document 29-5: Jimmy Carter, The Crisis of Confidence (1979) LaunchPad  Only
Document 29-6: Mary Murphy, Next Billy Graham (1978) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 29 LaunchPad Only
Chapter 29 Summative Quiz   LaunchPad Only

PART 9: GLOBAL CAPITALISM AND THE END OF THE AMERICAN CENTURY, 1980 TO THE PRESENT 

Documents from Sources for America's History, Part 9 Document Set
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Document P9-1:  Irving Kristol, Two Cheers for Capitalism (1978)  LaunchPad Only
Document P9-2: LeRoy McClelland, Sr., Interview with Bill Barry (2006) LaunchPad Only
Document P9-3: Bill Clinton, Remarks on Signing the North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (1993) LaunchPad  Only
Document P9-4: Charles Fishman, The Wal-Mart You Don’t Know (2003) LaunchPad Only
Document P9-5: Kevin Clarke, Outsourcing Around (2004) LaunchPad Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Part 9 Document Set LaunchPad  Only


30. CONSERVATIVE AMERICA IN THE ASCENT, 1980–1991 
Author Preview Video
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Guided Reading Activity   LaunchPad Only
The Rise of the New Right
Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan: Champions of the Right
Free-Market Economics and Religious Conservatism
AMERICAN VOICES: Christianity and Public Life  Launchpad
Quiz for American Voices   LaunchPad Only
The Carter Presidency
The Dawning of the Conservative Age
The Reagan Coalition
Conservatives in Power
Morning in America 
AMERICA COMPARED: Yoichi Funabashi: “Japan and America: Global Partners”  Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared LaunchPad Only
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN: Personal Computing: A Technological Revolution   Launchpad Only
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The End of the Cold War
U.S.-Soviet Relations in a New Era 
A New Political Order at Home and Abroad
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve   LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 30 LaunchPad  Only
Document 30-1:  Ronald Reagan, Remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (1981) LaunchPad Only
Document 30-2: David Stockman, The Triumph of Politics: Why the Reagan Revolution Failed (1986) LaunchPad Only
Document 30-3: Wall Street (1987) LaunchPad  Only
Document 30-4: Robert J. Henle, The Great Deception: What We Are Told About Central America (1986) LaunchPad  Only
Document 30-5: Jesse Jackson, Common Ground and Common Sense (1988) LaunchPad  Only
Document 30-6: Najlah Feanny-Hicks, “Over Two Million People Watched Troops March in the Operation Welcome Home Ticker Tape Parade” (1991) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 30 LaunchPad Only
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31. CONFRONTING GLOBAL AND NATIONAL DILEMMAS, 1989 TO THE PRESENT
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America in the Global Economy
THINKING LIKE A HISTORIAN:
Globalization: Its Proponents and Its Discontents  Launchpad
Quiz for Thinking Like a Historian  LaunchPad Only
The Rise of the European Union and China
AMERICA COMPARED: Global Trade, 1960–2009  Launchpad Only
Quiz for America Compared   LaunchPad Only
An Era of Globalization
Revolutions in Technology
Politics and Partisanship in a New Era
An Increasingly Plural Society
AMERICAN VOICES: Immigration After 1965: Its Defenders and Critics
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CONCISE EDITION AMERICAN VOICES: Cheap Labor: Immigration and Globalization LaunchPad Only
Clashes over “Family Values”
The Clinton Presidency, 1993–2001
Post–Cold War Foreign Policy
Into a New Century 
The Ascendance of George W. Bush
Violence Abroad and Economic Collapse at Home 
The Obama Presidency
Chapter Review [[√]] LearningCurve    LaunchPad Only

Documents from Sources for America's History, Chapter 31 LaunchPad  Only
Document 31-1:  Alesha Daughtrey, Interview by April Eaton (2000) LaunchPad  Only
Document 31-2: California Proposition 187 (1994) LaunchPad  Only
Document 31-3: David Horsey, Character (1996) LaunchPad  Only
Document 31-4: Madeleine Albright, Realism and Idealism in American Foreign Policy Today (1994) LaunchPad Only
Document 31-5: George W. Bush, Address to Congress (2001) LaunchPad  Only
Document 31-6: Barack Obama, A More Perfect Union (2008) LaunchPad  Only
Quiz for Sources for America's History, Chapter 31 LaunchPad Only
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