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America and Its Peoples: A Mosaic in the Making, Volume II (Chapters 16 - 32)

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Summary

Now in its Fifth Edition, America and Its Peoples presents American history filled with the drama and conflict that holds the attention of all students. Social historywith an emphasis on sports, leisure, and popular cultureis effectively integrated with more traditional coverage of military history, politics, and diplomacy. This edition highlights the rich ethnic diversity of the American people with vivid character sketches, colorful anecdotes, primary sources, new pedagogy, and a spirited narrative.

Table of Contents

Maps
xix
Tables and Figures
xxi
Features xxiii
Preface xxv
About the Authors xxxiii
The Nation Reconstructed: North, South, and the West, 1865--1877
420(32)
Thomas Pinckney Confronts His Former Slaves
421(2)
Postwar Conditions and Issues
423(4)
The War's Impact on Individuals
Unresolved Issues
Presidential Reconstruction
427(2)
Lincoln's Plan
Johnson's Plan
Black Codes in the South
Congressional Reconstruction
429(5)
``Radical'' Reconstruction
Black Suffrage
Reconstruction in the South
434(7)
Carpetbaggers, Scalawags, and Black Republicans
Character of Republican Rule
Black and White Economic and Social Adaptation
Violent White Resistance
Reconstruction in the North and West
441(7)
Northern Shifts in Attitudes
Western Expansion, Racism, and Native Americans
Final Retreat from Reconstruction
Conclusion
448
Chronology of Key Events
448(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
449(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
449(1)
Media Resources
450(1)
Key Terms
451(1)
People You Should Know
451(1)
Review Questions
451
The American Mosaic: Day of Jubilo: Slaves Confront Emancipation
424(16)
The People Speak: Testimony Against the Klan
440(12)
Emergence as an Economic Power
452(36)
White City: The World's Columbian Exposition
453(2)
America: Land of Plenty
455(3)
Mineral and Geographic Possibilities
Technological Change
An Expanding Railroad Network
Creating a Favorable Climate: The Role of Ideology, Politics, and Finance
458(4)
Social Darwinism and the Gospel of Wealth
Laissez-Faire in Theory and Practice
Corporations and Capital Formation
The Rise of Big Business
462(5)
Controlling Competition
New Managerial Styles and an Expanding Middle Class
Mass Marketing, Assembly Lines, and Mass Production
The Power of Bigness
Varieties of Economic Change in the West and South
467(8)
Western Expansion and Exploitation
The Changing Nature of Farming
The New South
Working in Industrial America
475(8)
The Conditions of Work
Worker Discontent
Early Labor Violence
Unorganized and Organized Labor
Conclusion
483
Chronology of Key Events
483(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
484(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
484(1)
Media Resources
484(2)
Key Terms
486(1)
People You Should Know
487(1)
Review Questions
487
The American Mosaic: The Wild West
470
The People Speak: The Gospel of Wealth
459(29)
The Rise of an Urban Society and City People
488(32)
Lizzie Borden: Victorian Woman and Murderer
489(2)
The New Immigrants
491(3)
``Birds of Passage''
In Search of a New Home
Nativism: The Anti-Immigrant Reaction
494(3)
Sources of Conflict
Closing the Golden Door
New Cities and New Problems
497(6)
City Technology
The Segregated City
The Problems of Growth
From Private City to Public City
City Culture
503(5)
Night Life and Day Life
From the Genteel Tradition to Realism and Naturalism
Describing the Urban Jungle
Painting Urban Reality
The Sounds of the City
Entertaining the Multitudes
508(9)
Of Fields and Cities
``I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch in the House''
The Excluded Americans
From Central Park to Coney Island
The Magic of the Flickering Image
The Agony of Painless Escape
Conclusion
517
Chronology of Key Events
516(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
517(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
517(1)
Media Resources
518(1)
Key Terms
518(1)
People You Should Know
519(1)
Review Questions
519
The American Mosaic: College Football Wars
510
The People Speak: How the Other Half Lives
502(18)
End-of-the-Century Crisis
520(30)
The Election of 1896: ``Free Silver'' vs. The Gold Standard
521(2)
Equilibrium and Inertia: The National Political Scene
523(5)
Divided Power: The Parties and the Federal Government
Subtle Differences: The Bases of Party Loyalty
The Business of Politics: Party Organization
The Struggle for Inclusion: Women and Politics
Style over Substance: Government in the Gilded Age, 1877--1892
528(5)
Hayes and the ``Money Question''
Garfield, Arthur, and the Patronage Issue
Cleveland, the Railroads, and Tariffs
Harrison and Big Business
Legislative Activity on Minority Rights and Social Issues
Revolt of the West and South
533(5)
Grievances: Real and Imagined
The Farmers Organize
The Agrarian Agenda
Emergence of the Populist Party
Depression and Turbulence in the 1890s
538(9)
The Roots and Results of the Depression
Expressions of Worker Discontent
Deteriorating Race Relations
The Tide Turns: The Election of 1896
Conclusion
547
Chronology of Key Events
546(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
547(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
547(1)
Media Resources
548(1)
Key Terms
549(1)
People You Should Know
549(1)
Review Questions
549
The American Mosaic: ``Rise Brothers!'': The Black Response to Jim Crow
544
The People Speak: Senator William Alfred Peffer, ``The Mission of the Populist Party''
539(11)
Imperial America, 1870-1900
550(26)
President Grant's Dreams of Expansion
551(1)
Congressional Control and the Reduction of American Power
552(2)
Trimming the State Department
Reducing the Military
Seward's Dream
The Spirit of American Greatness
554(4)
American Exceptionalism
Sense of Duty
Search for Markets
The New Navy
Large Policy
The Emergence of Aggression in American Foreign Policy
558(3)
Confronting the Germans in Samoa
Teaching Chile a Lesson
Plucking the Hawaiian Pear
Facing Down the British
The War for Empire
561(12)
The Spirit of the 1890s
The Cuban Revolution
The Yellow Press
The Spanish-American War
Freeing Cuba
The Imperial Debate
The War to Crush Filipino Independence
Keeping the Doors Open
Conclusion
573
Chronology of Key Events
573(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
574(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
574(1)
Media Resources
574(1)
Key Terms
575(1)
People You Should Know
575(1)
Review Questions
575
The American Mosaic: Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders
568
The People Speak: March of the Flag
555(21)
The Progressive Struggle, 1900--1917
576(36)
Theodore Roosevelt and the Coal Miners' Strike of 1902
577(2)
The Progressive Impulse
579(4)
America in 1901
Voices for Change
The Muckrakers
Progressives in Action
583(10)
The Drive to Organize
Urban Beginnings
Reform Reaches the State Level
Progressivism Moves to the National Level
593(6)
Roosevelt and New Attitudes Toward Government Power
Taft and Quiet Progressivism
Wilson and Moral Progressivism
Progressivism in the International Arena
599(4)
Big Stick Diplomacy
Dollar Diplomacy
Missionary Diplomacy
Progressive Accomplishments, Progressive Failures
603(4)
The Impact of Legislation
Winners and Losers
Conclusion
607
Chronology of Key Events
608(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
609(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
609(1)
Media Resources
609(2)
Key Terms
611(1)
People You Should Know
611(1)
Review Questions
611
The American Mosaic: The White Plague
584(5)
The People Speak: An Account of the Proceedings of the Trial of Susan B. Anthony
589(23)
The United States and World War I
612(30)
Randolph Bourne Argues Against War
613(1)
The Road to War
614(10)
The Guns of August
American Neutrality
Allied Violations of Neutrality
Submarine Warfare
Preparedness Campaign
The Election of 1916
The End of Neutrality
American Industry Goes to War
624(2)
Voluntarism
``Hooverizing''
Peace with Labor
Financing the War
The American Public Goes to War
626(5)
Selling the War
Political Repression
Warfare Reform
African Americans and the Great Migration
The War Front
631(1)
The War at Sea
Raising an Army
The Defeat of Germany
Social Unrest After the War
632(2)
Mounting Racial Tension
Labor Unrest and the Red Scare
The Treaty of Versailles
634(5)
The Fourteen Points
Discord Among the Victors
The Struggle for Ratification
The Election of 1920
Conclusion
639
Chronology of Key Events
639(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
640(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
640(1)
Media Resources
640(1)
Key Terms
641(1)
People You Should Know
641(1)
Review Questions
641
The American Mosaic: The First Day of the Somme
620(4)
The People Speak: Woodrow Wilson, Address to Congress (1917)
624(18)
Modern Times, 1920--1929
642(26)
Margaret Sanger, Birth Control Pioneer
643(1)
The Emergence of Modern America
644(5)
Urban Growth
The Rise of a Consumer Economy
The Formation of Modern American Culture
649(4)
Mass Entertainment
Spectator Sports
Low-Brow and Middle-Brow Culture
The Avant-Garde
The Sex Debate
The Clash of Cultures
653(7)
The New Woman
Prohibition
The Scopes Trial
Xenophobia and Restricting Immigration
The Ku Klux Klan
African American Protests
The Harlem Renaissance
The Republican Restoration
660(2)
Handsome Harding
Silent Cal
The Twilight of Progressivism
The Election of 1928
The Great Crash
662(3)
Speculative Manias
The Market Crashes
Why It Happened
Conclusion
665
Chronology of Key Events
665(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
666(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
666(1)
Media Resources
666(1)
Key Terms
667(1)
People You Should Know
667(1)
Review Questions
667
The American Mosaic: The Sexual Revolution of the Early 1900s
654
The People Speak: Margaret Sanger, ``Happiness in Marriage'' (1926)
646(22)
The Age of Roosevelt
668(26)
Woody Guthrie: Balladeer of the Great Depression
669(1)
The Great Depression in Global Perspective
670(1)
The Human Toll
671(1)
The Dispossessed
Private and Public Charity
President Herbert Hoover Responds
672(1)
Conservative Responses
Government Loans
Franklin Roosevelt and the First New Deal
673(10)
The Election of 1932
The First 100 Days
The New Dealers
The Farmer's Plight
The National Recovery Administration
Jobs Programs
Roosevelt's Critics
The Second New Deal
683(2)
The Wagner Act
Social Security
The Election of 1936
The New Deal, Women, and Minority Groups
685(3)
Women
African Americans
Mexican Americans
Native Americans
The New Deal in Decline
688(1)
Court Packing
The Depression of 1937
Popular Culture During the Great Depression
689(1)
Artistic and Literary Endeavors
Hollywood During the Great Depression
Conclusion
690
Chronology of Key Events
691(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
692(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
692(1)
Media Resources
692(1)
Key Terms
693(1)
People You Should Know
693(1)
Review Questions
693
The American Mosaic: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study
674(12)
The People Speak: Frances Perkins, ``The Social Security Act'' (1935)
686(8)
The End of Isolation: America Faces the World, 1920--1945
694(36)
The Allies Liberate Auschwitz
695(2)
Diplomacy Between the Wars
697(1)
American Diplomacy During the 1920s
United States Policy Toward Latin America
The Isolationist Mirage
The Coming of World War II
698(9)
Hitler and Germany
Italy and Mussolini
Japanese Aggression for the East
Alliances for Expansion
The American Response to Hitler
War Begins
``The Arsenal of Democracy''
A Collision Course in the Pacific
Pearl Harbor
America Mobilizes for War
707(3)
Mobilizing the Economy
Taming Inflation
Election of 1944
Molding Public Opinion
Social Changes During the War
710(5)
Women
African Americans
Mexican Americans
Fear of Enemy Aliens
Internment of Japanese Americans
The War in Europe
715(5)
The Grand Alliance
Early Axis Victories
Stemming the German Tide
Liberating Europe
The Yalta Conference
The War in the Pacific
720(5)
Island Hopping
The Dawn of the Atomic Age
The Manhattan Project
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Conclusion
725
Chronology of Key Events
726(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
727(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
727(1)
Media Resources
728(1)
Key Terms
729(1)
People You Should Know
729(1)
Review Questions
729
The American Mosaic: Hiroshima and Nagasaki
722
The People Speak: Election Promises Should Be Kept
705(13)
Map Essay: Landings on D-Day: The Longest Day
718(12)
Waging Peace and War
730(26)
The Hiss-Chambers Affair
731(2)
Containing the Russian Bear
733(5)
Origins of the Cold War
A World Divided
Tough Talk
The Marshall Plan: ``Saving Western Europe''
The Containment Policy
738(6)
Berlin Test
Troubling Times
The Korean War
The Cold War at Home
744(4)
Adjusting to Peace
Confronting the Demands of Labor
Failure of the Fair Deal
Searching for the Enemy Within
The Rise and Fall of Joseph McCarthy
The Paranoid Style
748(5)
HUAC Goes to Hollywood
``What's Wrong with Our Kids Today?''
Conclusion
753
Chronology of Key Events
753(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
754(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
754(1)
Media Resources
754(1)
Key Terms
755(1)
People You Should Know
755(1)
Review Questions
755
The American Mosaic: The Kefauver Crime Committee
750
The People Speak: NSC-68
741(15)
Ike's America
756(26)
The Murder of Emmett Till
757(2)
Quiet Changes
759(9)
``I Like Ike''
``Dynamic Conservatism''
A Country on Wheels
Ike, Dulles, and the World
A New Face in Moscow
1956: The Dangerous Year
The Troubled Second Term
Sputnik and Sputtering Rockets
Third-World Challenges
Not with a Bang, But a Whimper
We Shall Overcome
768(6)
Taking Jim Crow to Court
A Failure of Leadership
The Word from Montgomery
The Sounds of Change
774(5)
Father Knows Best
The Other Side of the Coin
The Meaning of Elvis
A Different Beat
Conclusion
779
Chronology of Key Events
779(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
780(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
780(1)
Media Resources
780(1)
Key Terms
781(1)
People You Should Know
781(1)
Review Questions
781
The American Mosaic: Integration in Sports
770(6)
The People Speak: Images and Illusions
776(6)
Vietnam and the Crisis of Authority
782(30)
Ho Chi Minh and the Struggle for an Independent Vietnam
783(2)
The Illusion of Greatness
785(3)
Television's President
The ``Macho'' Presidency
Something Short of Camelot
Cuba Libre Revisited
Vietnam: America's Longest War
788(11)
A Small Corner of a Bigger Picture
Kennedy's Testing Ground
Texas Tough in the Gulf of Tonkin
Lyndon's War
To Tet and Beyond
The Politics of a Divided Nation
The Tortuous Path Toward Peace
799(10)
Outsiders on the Inside
Vietnamization: The Idea and the Process
A ``Decent Interval''
The Legacy of the War
Conclusion
809
Chronology of Key Events
808(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
809(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
810(1)
Media Resources
810(1)
Key Terms
811(1)
People You Should Know
811(1)
Review Questions
811
The American Mosaic: My Lai and the Question of War Ethics
806
The People Speak: Bloods
798
Map Essay: Logistics in a Guerrilla War: The Longest War
796(16)
The Struggle for a Just Society
812(36)
From Cassius Clay to Muhammad Ali
813(3)
The Struggle for Racial Justice
816(12)
Freedom Now
To the Heart of Dixie
``Bombingham''
Kennedy Finally Acts
The March on Washington
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965
Black Nationalism and Black Power
The Civil Rights Movement Moves North
The Great Society and the Drive for Equality
White Backlash
The Struggle Continues
The Youth Revolt
828(2)
The New Left
The Making and Unmaking of a Counterculture
Liberation Movements
830(13)
Women's Liberation
Sources of Discontent
Feminism Reborn
The Growth of Feminist Ideology
The Supreme Court and Sex Discrimination
The Equal Rights Amendment
Impact of the Women's Liberation Movement
¡Viva La Raza!
The Native American Power Movement
Gay and Lesbian Liberation
The Earth First
Conclusion
843
Chronology of Key Events
844(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
845(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
845(1)
Media Resources
846(1)
Key Terms
847(1)
People You Should Know
847(1)
Review Questions
847
The American Mosaic: Cesar Chavez and La Causa
838
The People Speak: Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Letter from Birmingham City Jail
820(28)
Power Shifts: The Emergence of the South and West
848(24)
John Wayne: Western Icon, Political Conservative
849(2)
The Emergence of the Southern Rim
851(4)
From the Long Hot Summer to the Sunbelt
A Shift in Race Relations
The Business of the South Is Business
The Myth and Reality of the West
855(6)
Packaging the West
Washington and the West
From Extraction to Diversification
The Problems and Benefits of Growth
Politics Western Style
861(8)
An Aberration or an Omen?
Shifting Party Loyalties
The Politics of Liberation
Conclusion
869
Chronology of Key Events
869(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
870(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
870(1)
Media Resources
871(1)
Key Terms
871(1)
People You Should Know
871(1)
Review Questions
871
The American Mosaic: The New Immigration
866
The People Speak: The Conscience of a Conservative
863(9)
Crises and Resurgence, 1970--1990
872(20)
The Watergate Break-In
873(3)
Crisis of Political Leadership
876(1)
Restraining the Imperial Presidency
New-Style Presidents
Wrenching Economic Transformations
877(3)
The Age of Inflation
Oil Embargo
Foreign Competition and Deindustrialization
Whipping Stagflation
A New American Role in the World
880(3)
Detente
Foreign Policy Triumphs
No Island of Stability
The Reagan Revolution
883(6)
Reaganomics
The Reagan Doctrine
A Remarkable Ideological Turnaround
The Reagan Revolution in Perspective
Collapse of Communism
Conclusion
889
Chronology of Key Events
890
Chapter Summary and Key Points
889(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
890(1)
Media Resources
891(1)
Key Terms
891(1)
People You Should Know
891(1)
Review Questions
891
The American Mosaic: The End of Two Eras
886
The People Speak: The Watergate Tapes
875(17)
America in Our Time
892
The Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001
893(1)
The Globalization of the American Economy
894(4)
The Resurgence of the American Economy
The New Economy
The Aftermath
The Politics of the Post-Cold War Era
898(4)
A Kinder, Gentler Nation
Enter Bill Clinton
The Disputed Election of 2000
Compassionate Conservatism
The United States and the Post-Cold War World
902(5)
Panama and the Persian Gulf
Humanitarian Intervention
September 11, 2001
Civil Liberties and National Security: Trying to Strike a Balance
Arab Americans and Muslim Americans
Conclusion: The Meaning of September 11th
907(1)
Chronology of Key Events
910(1)
Chapter Summary and Key Points
910(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
911(1)
Media Resources
911(1)
Key Terms
912(1)
People You Should Know
912(1)
Review Questions
912
The American Mosaic: Terrorism in Historical Perspective
908
The People Speak: International Reaction to the September 11, 2001, Attacks on New York City and the Pentagon in Washington
895(9)
Map Essay: The First Crisis of the Post--Cold War Era: The Persian Gulf War
904
Appendix
The Declaration of Independence
2(2)
The Constitution of the United States of America
4(5)
Amendments to the Constitution
9(5)
Presidential Elections
14(4)
Present Day United States
18(2)
Present Day World
20
Glossary 1(1)
Credits 1(1)
Index 1


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