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SOCIAL EMPHASIS The Study Edition is loaded with additional features -- like expanded chapter reviews and perforated practice tests for each chapter -- designed specifically to enhance studentsrs" performance, save them time studying, and help them perform better on exams. "The People Speak" documents include a brief headnote that identifies and contextualizes the piece. The documents have been chosen to highlight the book's emphasis on diversity, multiculturalism, and social history. Critical Thinking Review Questions focus on major ideas and broad themes, rather than on incidents or individuals, inviting students to reflect on and think critically about the material covered in the chapter.
Table of Contents
|The Nation Reconstructed: North, South, and the West, 1865-1877|
|Emergence as an Economic Power|
|The Rise of an Urban Society and City People|
|Imperial America, 1870-1900|
|The Progressive Struggle, 1900-1917|
|The United States and World War I|
|Modern Times, 1920-1929|
|The Age of Roosevelt|
|The End of Isolation: America Faces the World, 1920-1945|
|Waging Peace and War|
|Vietnam and the Crisis of Authority|
|The Struggle for a Just Society|
|Power Shifts: The Emergence of the South and West|
|Crises and Resurgence|
|America in Our Time|
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