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American History: A Survey : To 1877

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Edition:
10th
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9780073033914

ISBN10:
007303391X
Format:
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Pub. Date:
8/1/1998
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McGraw-Hill College

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Table of Contents

Preface xv
Reconstruction and the New South
507(48)
The Problems of Peacemaking
507(6)
The Aftermath of War and Emancipation
508(1)
Competing Notions of Freedom
509(1)
Issues of Reconstruction
510(1)
Plans for Reconstruction
511(1)
The Death of Lincoln
511(1)
Johnson and ``Restoration''
512(1)
Radical Reconstruction
513(4)
The Black Codes
513(1)
The Fourteenth Amendment
513(1)
The Congressional Plan
514(1)
The Fifteenth Amendment
515(2)
Impeaching the President, Assaulting the Courts
517(1)
The South in Reconstruction
517(6)
The Reconstruction Governments
517(2)
Education
519(1)
Landownership and Tenancy
520(1)
Incomes and Credit
520(2)
The African-American Family in Freedom
522(1)
The Grant Administration
523(3)
The Solider President
523(1)
The Liberal Republicans
524(1)
The Grant Scandals
525(1)
The Greenback Question
525(1)
Republican Diplomacy
526(1)
The Abandonment of Reconstruction
526(7)
The Southern States ``Redeemed''
527(1)
The Ku Klux Klan Acts
527(1)
Waning Northern Commitment
528(1)
The Compromise of 1877
528(5)
The Legacy of Reconstruction
533(1)
The New South
533(22)
The ``Redeemers''
533(1)
Industrialization and the ``New South''
534(5)
Tenants and Sharecroppers
539(1)
African Americans and the New South
540(2)
The Birth of Jim Crow
542
Where Historians Disagree: Reconstruction
530(6)
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Minstrel Show
536(7)
Where Historians Disagree: The Origins of Segregation
543(5)
Significant Events
548(1)
Conclusion
549(1)
For Further Reference
549(1)
Bibliography
550(5)
The Conquest of the Far West
555(40)
The Societies of the Far West
556(9)
The Western Tribes
556(2)
Hispanic New Mexico
558(1)
Hispanic California and Texas
559(1)
The Chinese Migration
560(2)
Anti-Chinese Sentiments
562(1)
Migration from the East
563(2)
The Changing Western Economy
565(6)
Labor in the West
565(1)
The Arrival of the Miners
566(2)
The Cattle Kingdom
568(3)
The Romance of the West
571(5)
The Western Landscape
571(1)
The Cowboy Culture
572(1)
The Idea of the Frontier
572(1)
Frederick Jackson Turner
573(3)
The Loss of Utopia
576(1)
The Dispersal of the Tribes
576(10)
White Tribal Policies
576(5)
The Indian Wars
581(3)
The Dawes Act
584(2)
The Rise and Decline of the Western Farmer
586(9)
Farming on the Plains
586(1)
Commercial Agriculture
587(1)
The Farmers' Grievances
587(1)
The Agrarian Malaise
588
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Wild West Show
574(3)
Where Historians Disagree: The ``Frontier'' and the West
577(12)
Significant Events
589(1)
Conclusion
590(1)
For Further Reference
590(1)
Bibliography
591(4)
Industrial Supremacy
595(30)
Sources of Industrial Growth
595(9)
New Technologies
596(1)
New Industries
596(1)
The Science of Production
597(1)
Railroad Expansion
598(1)
The Corporation
599(4)
Consolidating Corporate America
603(1)
The Trust and the Holding Company
604(1)
Capitalism and Its Critics
604(7)
The ``Self-Made Man''
605(1)
Survival of the Fittest
606(1)
The Gospel of Wealth
607(1)
Alternative Visions
607(3)
The Problems of Monopoly
610(1)
Industrial Workers in the New Economy
611(14)
The Immigrant Work Force
611(1)
Wages and Working Conditions
612(1)
Women and Children at Work
613(1)
The Struggle to Unionize
614(1)
The Great Railroad Strike
615(1)
The Knights of Labor
616(1)
The AFL
616(1)
The Homestead Strike
617(1)
The Pullman Strike
618(1)
Sources of Labor Weakness
619
The American Environment: The Locomotive's Magic Wand
600(8)
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Novels of Horatio Alger
608(12)
Significant Events
620(1)
Conclusion
621(1)
For Further Reference
621(1)
Bibliography
622(3)
The Age of the City
625(38)
The Urbanization of America
625(7)
The Lure of the City
625(1)
Migrations
626(2)
The Ethnic City
628(2)
Assimilation
630(1)
Exclusion
631(1)
The Urban Landscape
632(5)
The Creation of Public Space
632(1)
Housing the Well-to-Do
633(1)
Housing Workers and the Poor
634(2)
Urban Transportation
636(1)
The ``Skyscraper''
636(1)
Strains of Urban Life
637(3)
Fire and Disease
637(1)
Urban Poverty
638(1)
Crime and Violence
638(1)
Fear of the City
639(1)
The Machine and the Boss
639(1)
The Rise of Mass Consumption
640(3)
Patterns of Income and Consumption
640(1)
Chain Stores and Mail-Order Houses
641(1)
Department Stores
642(1)
Women as Consumers
642(1)
Leisure in the Consumer Society
643(9)
Redefining Leisure
643(4)
Spectator Sports
647(1)
Music and Theater
648(1)
The Movies
649(1)
Working-Class Leisure
650(1)
The Fourth of July
651(1)
Private Pursuits
651(1)
Mass Communications
651(1)
High Culture in the Age of the City
652(11)
The Literature of Urban America
652(1)
Art in the Age of the City
653(1)
The Impact of Darwinism
653(3)
Toward Universal Schooling
656(1)
Education for Women
656
Patterns of Popular Culture: Coney Island
644(13)
Significant Events
657(1)
Conclusion
658(1)
For Further Reference
658(1)
Bibliography
659(4)
From Stalemate to Crisis
663(28)
The Politics of Equilibrium
663(7)
The Party System
663(1)
The National Government
664(1)
Presidents and Patronage
665(1)
The Return of the Democrats
666(1)
Tariffs, Trusts, and Railroads
667(3)
The Agrarian Revolt
670(8)
The Grangers
670(2)
The Farmers' Alliances
672(1)
The Populist Constituency
673(4)
Populist Ideas
677(1)
The Crisis of the 1890s
678(5)
The Panic of 1893
678(1)
The Silver Question
679(4)
A ``Cross of Gold''
683(8)
The Emergence of Bryan
683(1)
The Conservative Victory
684(1)
McKinley and Recovery
685
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Chautaquas
674(6)
Where Historians Disagree: Populism
680(6)
Significant Events
686(1)
Conclusion
686(1)
For Further Reference
687(1)
Bibliography
687(4)
The Imperial Republic
691(26)
Stirrings of Imperialism
691(5)
The New Manifest Destiny
691(3)
Hemispheric Hegemony
694(1)
Hawaii and Samoa
694(2)
War with Spain
696(11)
Controversy over Cuba
696(5)
``A Splendid Little War''
701(1)
Seizing the Philippines
702(1)
The Battle for Cuba
703(1)
Puerto Rico and the United States
704(1)
The Debate over the Philippines
705(2)
The Republic as Empire
707(10)
Governing the Colonies
707(1)
The Philippine War
707(3)
The Open Door
710(1)
A Modern Military System
711
Patterns of Popular Culture: Yellow Journalism
698(13)
Conclusion
711(1)
Significant Events
712(1)
For Further Reference
712(1)
Bibliography
713(4)
The Rise of Progressivism
717(32)
The Progressive Impulse
717(9)
Varieties of Progressivism
717(1)
The Muckrakers
718(1)
The Social Gospel
718(4)
The Settlement House Movement
722(1)
The Allure of Expertise
723(1)
The Professions
724(1)
Women and the Professions
725(1)
Women and Reform
726(5)
The ``New Woman''
727(1)
The Clubwomen
727(1)
Woman Suffrage
728(3)
The Assault on the Parties
731(4)
Early Attacks
732(1)
Municipal Reform
732(1)
New Forms of Governance
732(1)
Statehouse Progressivism
733(1)
Parties and Interest Groups
734(1)
Sources of Progressive Reform
735(3)
Labor, the Machine, and Reform
736(1)
Western Progressives
737(1)
African Americans and Reform
737(1)
Crusades for Order and Reform
738(11)
The Temperance Crusade
739(1)
Immigration Restriction
740(1)
The Dream of Socialism
740(2)
Decentralization and Regulation
742
Where Historians Disagree: Progressive Reform
720(24)
Significant Events
744(1)
Conclusion
744(1)
For Further Reference
745(1)
Bibliography
745(4)
The Battle for National Reform
749(26)
Theodore Roosevelt and the Modern Presidency
749(8)
The Accidental President
749(1)
Government, Capital, and Labor
750(1)
The Square Deal
751(1)
Conservation
751(6)
The Panic of 1907
757(1)
The Troubled Succession
757(4)
Taft and the Progressives
758(1)
The Return of Roosevelt
759(1)
Spreading Insurgency
760(1)
The Republican Schism
760(1)
Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom
761(3)
The Rise of Wilson
761(1)
The Scholar as President
762(1)
The Problem of the Trusts
763(1)
Retreat and Advance
763(1)
``The Big Stick'': America and the World, 1901-1917
764(11)
Roosevelt and ``Civilization''
764(1)
Protecting the Open Door in Asia
765(1)
The Iron-Fisted Neighbor
766(1)
The Panama Canal
766(2)
Taft and ``Dollar Diplomacy''
768(1)
Diplomacy and Morality
769
The American Environment: Saving the Forests
754(17)
Significant Events
771(1)
Conclusion
772(1)
For Further Reference
772(1)
Bibliography
773(2)
America and the Great War
775(34)
The Road to War
776(3)
The Collapse of the European Peace
776(1)
Wilson's Neutrality
777(1)
Preparedness Versus Pacifism
777(1)
A War for Democracy
778(1)
``War Without Stint''
779(4)
Entering the War
779(1)
The American Expeditionary Force
779(2)
The Military Struggle
781(2)
The War and American Society
783(3)
Organizing the Economy for War
783(1)
Labor and the War
784(1)
Economic and Social Results of the War
785(1)
The Search for Social Unity
786(6)
The Peace Movement
786(1)
Selling the War and Suppressing Dissent
787(5)
The Search for a New World Order
792(4)
The Fourteen Points
792(1)
Early Obstacles
792(1)
The Paris Peace Conference
793(2)
The Ratification Battle
795(1)
Wilson's Ordeal
795(1)
A Society in Turmoil
796(13)
Industry and Labor
796(1)
The Demands of African Americans
797(3)
The Red Scare
800(2)
The Retreat from Idealism
802
Patterns of Popular Culture: Billy Sunday and Modern Revivalism
788(15)
Significant Events
803(1)
Conclusion
804(1)
For Further Reference
804(1)
Bibliography
805(4)
The New Era
809(32)
The New Economy
809(5)
Economic Growth
809(1)
Economic Organization
810(1)
Labor in the New Era
811(1)
Women and Minorities in the Work Force
812(1)
The ``American Plan''
813(1)
The Plight of the Farmer
813(1)
The New Culture
814(13)
Consumerism
815(1)
Advertising
816(1)
The Movies and Broadcasting
816(1)
Modernist Religion
817(1)
Professional Women
818(1)
Changing Ideas of Motherhood
818(1)
The ``Flapper'': Image and Reality
819(1)
Pressing for Women's Rights
819(4)
Education and Youth
823(1)
The Decline of the ``Self-Made Man''
824(1)
The Disenchanted
824(1)
The Harlem Renaissance
825(1)
The Southern Agrarians
826(1)
A Conflict of Cultures
827(5)
Prohibition
827(1)
Nativism and the Klan
827(3)
Religious Fundamentalism
830(1)
The Democrats' Ordeal
831(1)
Republican Government
832(9)
Harding and Coolidge
832(2)
Government and Business
834
Patterns of Popular Culture: Dance Halls
820(16)
Significant Events
836(1)
Conclusion
836(1)
For Further Reference
837(1)
Bibliography
837(4)
The Great Depression
841(34)
The Coming of the Great Depression
841(5)
The Great Crash
841(1)
Causes of the Depression
842(4)
Progress of the Depression
846(1)
The American People in Hard Times
846(9)
Unemployment and Relief
846(5)
African Americans and the Depression
851(1)
Mexican Americans in Depression America
852(1)
Asian Americans in Hard Times
853(1)
Women and the Workplace in the Great Depression
854(1)
Depression Families
855(1)
The Depression and American Culture
855(9)
Depression Values
855(1)
Artists and Intellectuals in the Great Depression
856(1)
Radio
856(2)
The Movies
858(4)
Popular Literature and Journalism
862(1)
The Popular Front and the Left
863(1)
The Ordeal of Herbert Hoover
864(11)
The Hoover Program
865(1)
A Deepening Crisis
866(1)
Popular Protest
867(2)
The Election of 1932
869(1)
The Interregnum
869
Where Historians Disagree: Causes of the Great Depression
844(4)
The American Environment: Dust Bowl
848(11)
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Films of Frank Capra
859(12)
Significant Events
871(1)
Conclusion
871(1)
For Further Reference
872(1)
Bibliography
872(3)
The New Deal
875(32)
Launching the New Deal
875(7)
Restoring Confidence
875(1)
Agricultural Adjustment
876(1)
Industrial Recovery
877(1)
The Troubled NRA
878(1)
The Schechter Decision
879(1)
The TVA
879(1)
Currency, Banks, and the Stock Market
880(1)
The Growth of Federal Relief
881(1)
The New Deal in Transition
882(10)
Attacks from the Right and the Left
882(1)
Popular Protest
883(2)
The ``Second New Deal''
885(1)
The Wagner Act
885(1)
Labor Militancy
886(1)
The Labor Schism
886(1)
Organizing Battles
887(1)
Social Security
888(1)
New Directions in Relief
889(2)
The 936 ``Referendum''
891(1)
The New Deal in Disarray
892(2)
The Court Fight
892(1)
Other Setbacks
892(1)
Retrenchment and Recession
893(1)
Limits and Legacies of the New Deal
894(13)
The Idea of the ``Broker State''
894(1)
African Americans and the New Deal
895(3)
The New Deal and the ``Indian Problem''
898(1)
Women and the New Deal
899(1)
The New Deal in the West and the South
900(1)
The New Deal and the National Economy
900(1)
The New Deal and American Politics
901
Where Historians Disagree: The New Deal
896(5)
Conclusion
901(1)
Significant Events
902(1)
For Further Reference
902(1)
Bibliography
903(4)
The Global Crisis, 1921--1941
907(24)
The Diplomacy of the New Era
908(4)
Replacing the League
908(1)
Debts and Diplomacy
908(2)
Hoover and the World Crisis
910(2)
Isolationism and Internationalism
912(6)
Depression Diplomacy
912(1)
America and the Soviet Union
913(1)
The Good Neighbor Policy
913(1)
The Rise of Isolationism
913(2)
The Failure of Munich
915(3)
From Neutrality to Intervention
918(13)
Neutrality Tested
918(2)
The Third-Term Campaign
920(1)
Neutrality Abandoned
921(3)
The Road to Pearl Harbor
924
Patterns of Popular Culture: Orson Welles and the War of the Worlds
916(16)
Where Historians Disagree: The Question of Pearl Harbor
932
Conclusion
925(1)
Significant Events
926(1)
For Further Reference
927(1)
Bibliography
927(4)
America in a World at War
931(32)
War on Two Fronts
931(5)
Containing the Japanese
932(1)
Holding Off the Germans
932(3)
America and the Holocaust
935(1)
The American People in Wartime
936(12)
Prosperity
936(1)
The War and the West
937(1)
Labor and the War
937(1)
Stabilizing the Boom
938(1)
Mobilizing Production
938(1)
African Americans and the War
938(1)
Native Americans and the War
939(1)
Mexican-American War Workers
940(1)
Women and Children at War
941(1)
Wartime Life and Culture
942(4)
The Internment of Japanese Americans
946(1)
Chinese Americans and the War
947(1)
The Retreat from Reform
948(1)
The Defeat of the Axis
948(15)
The Liberation of France
948(3)
The Pacific Offensive
951(2)
The Manhattan Project
953(1)
Atomic Warfare
953
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Age of Swing
944(10)
Where Historians Disagree: The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb
954(3)
Significant Events
957(1)
Conclusion
958(1)
For Further Reference
958(1)
Bibliography
959(4)
The Cold War
963(30)
Origins of the Cold War
963(6)
Soviet-American Tensions
963(2)
Wartime Diplomacy
965(1)
Yalta
965(4)
The Souring of the Peace
969(6)
The Failure of Potsdam
969(1)
The China Problem
970(1)
The Containment Doctrine
970(1)
The Marshall Plan
971(1)
Mobilization at Home
972(1)
The Road to NATO
973(1)
The Open-Ended Crisis
973(2)
American Politics and Society After the War
975(4)
The Problems of Reconversion
975(1)
The Fair Deal Rejected
976(1)
The Election of 1948
977(1)
The Fair Deal Revived
978(1)
The Korean War
979(3)
The Divided Peninsula
979(1)
From Invasion to Stalemate
980(1)
Limited Mobilization
981(1)
The Crusade Against Subversion
982(11)
HUAC and Alger Hiss
982(1)
The Federal Loyalty Program and the Rosenberg Case
982(1)
McCarthyism
983(3)
The Republican Revival
986
Where Historians Disagree: Origins of the Cold War
966(18)
Where Historians Disagree: Mccarthyism
984(3)
Significant Events
987(1)
Conclusion
988(1)
For Further Reference
988(1)
Bibliography
989(4)
The Affluent Society
993(38)
The Economic ``Miracle''
993(5)
Sources of Economic Growth
994(1)
The Rise of the Modern West
995(1)
The New Economics
995(1)
Capital and Labor
996(2)
People of Plenty
998(14)
The Consumer Culture
998(1)
The Suburban Nation
999(5)
The Suburban Family
1004(1)
The Birth of Television
1004(1)
Science and Space
1005(4)
Organized Society and Its Detractors
1009(1)
The Beats and the Restless Culture of Youth
1010(1)
Rock 'n' Roll
1011(1)
The ``Other America''
1012(3)
On the Margins of the Affluent Society
1012(1)
Rural Poverty
1013(1)
The Inner Cities
1013(2)
The Rise of the Civil Rights Movement
1015(3)
The Brown Decision and ``Massive Resistance''
1015(1)
The Expanding Movement
1016(1)
Causes of the Civil Rights Movement
1017(1)
Eisenhower Republicanism
1018(2)
``What's Good for...General Motors''
1018(1)
The Survival of the Welfare State
1019(1)
The Decline of McCarthyism
1019(1)
Eisenhower, Dulles, and the Cold War
1020(11)
Dulles and ``Massive Retaliation''
1020(1)
Korea and Vietnam
1021(1)
Israel and the Crisis of the Middle East
1022(1)
Latin America and ``Yankee Imperialism''
1023(1)
Europe and the Soviet Union
1024(1)
The U-2 Crisis
1025
The American Environment: The Landscape and the Automobile
1000(6)
Patterns of Popular Culture: Lucy and Desi
1006(19)
Conclusion
1025(1)
Significant Events
1026(1)
For Further Reference
1027(1)
Bibliography
1027(4)
The Ordeal of Liberalism
1031(36)
Expanding the Liberal State
1031(7)
The Rise of John Kennedy
1031(1)
Kennedy in the White House
1032(2)
The Johnson Succession
1034(1)
The Assault on Poverty
1035(2)
Cities, Schools, and Immigration
1037(1)
Legacies of the Great Society
1037(1)
The Battle for Racial Equality
1038(6)
Expanding Protests
1038(2)
A National Commitment
1040(1)
The Battle for Voting Rights
1040(1)
The Changing Movement
1040(2)
Urban Violence
1042(1)
Black Power
1043(1)
``Flexible Response'' and the Cold War
1044(3)
Diversifying Foreign Policy
1044(1)
The Bay of Pigs Fiasco
1045(1)
Confrontations with the Soviet Union
1046(1)
Johnson and the World
1047(1)
Vietnam
1047(11)
The First Indochina War
1048(1)
Geneva and the Two Vietnams
1048(1)
America and Diem
1049(1)
From Aid to Intervention
1050(4)
The Quagmire
1054(1)
The War at Home
1055(3)
The Traumas of 1968
1058(9)
The Tet Offensive
1059(1)
The Political Challenge
1059(1)
The King and Kennedy Assassinations
1059(1)
The Conservative Response
1060
Where Historians Disagree: The Vietnam Commitment
1052(4)
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Folk-Music Revival
1056(6)
Significant Events
1062(1)
Conclusion
1062(1)
For Further Reference
1063(1)
Bibliography
1064(3)
The Crisis of Authority
1067(38)
The Youth Culture
1067(8)
The New Left
1068(2)
The Counterculture
1070(5)
The Mobilization of Minorities
1075(7)
Seeds of Indian Militancy
1075(2)
The Indian Civil Rights Movement
1077(2)
Latino Activism
1079(1)
Challenging the ``Melting Pot'' Ideal
1080(1)
Gay Liberation
1081(1)
The New Feminism
1082(3)
The Rebirth
1082(1)
Women's Liberation
1083(1)
Expanding Achievements
1084(1)
The Abortion Controversy
1085(1)
Nixon, Kissinger, and the War
1085(4)
Vietnamization
1086(1)
Escalation
1086(2)
``Peace with Honor''
1088(1)
Defeat in Indochina
1088(1)
Nixon, Kissinger, and the World
1089(3)
China and the Soviet Union
1089(1)
The Problems of Multipolarity
1090(2)
Politics and Economics Under Nixon
1092(5)
Domestic Initiatives
1092(1)
From the Warren Court to the Nixon Court
1092(1)
The Election of 1972
1093(1)
The Troubled Economy
1094(1)
The Nixon Response
1095(2)
The Watergate Crisis
1097(8)
The Scandals
1098(1)
The Fall of Richard Nixon
1098
Patterns of Popular Culture: Rock Music in the Sixties
1072(24)
Where Historians Disagree: Watergate
1096(4)
Significant Events
1100(1)
Conclusion
1100(2)
For Further Reference
1102(1)
Bibliography
1102(3)
The ``Age of Limits''
1105(22)
Politics and Diplomacy After Watergate
1105(5)
The Ford Custodianship
1105(1)
The Trials of Jimmy Carter
1106(1)
Human Rights and National Interests
1107(2)
The Year of the Hostages
1109(1)
The Rise of the New American Right
1110(6)
The Sunbelt and Its Politics
1110(1)
Religious Revivalism
1111(3)
The Emergence of the New Right
1114(1)
The Tax Revolt
1115(1)
The Campaign of 1980
1116(1)
The ``Reagan Revolution''
1116(11)
The Reagan Coalition
1117(1)
Reagan in the White House
1117(1)
``Supply-Side'' Economics
1118(1)
The Fiscal Crisis
1119(1)
Reagan and the World
1120(2)
The Election of 1984
1122
Patterns of Popular Culture: The Mall
1112(11)
Conclusion
1123(1)
For Further Reference
1123(1)
Significant Events
1124(1)
Bibliography
1125(2)
Modern Times
1127(1)
America and the Waning of the Cold War
1127(1)
The Fall of the Soviet Union
1128(1)
The Fading of the Reagan Revolution
1129(1)
The Election of 1988
1129(1)
The Bush Presidency
1130(1)
The Gulf War
1131(1)
The Election of 1992
1132(1)
Partisan Struggles
1133(1)
Launching the Clinton Presidency
1133(1)
The Republican Resurgence
1134(1)
The Election of 1996
1135(1)
Clinton Triumphant and Embattled
1136(1)
The Global Economy
1137(1)
Revolutions in Technology
1137(1)
The Two-Tiered Economy
1138(1)
Globalization
1139(2)
A Changing Society
1141(1)
The Graying of America
1141(1)
New Patterns of Immigration and Ethnicity
1141(2)
The Black Middle Class
1143(1)
Poor and Working-Class African Americans
1144(1)
Modern Plagues: Drugs, AIDS, and Homelessness
1145(4)
A Contested Culture
1149(1)
Battles Against Feminism and Abortion
1149(3)
The Changing Left and the New Environmentalism
1152(4)
The Fragmentation of Mass Culture
1156(1)
The ``Culture Wars''
1157
Patterns of Popular Culture: RAP
1146
Where Historians Disagree: Women's History
1150(4)
The American Environment: Silent Spring
1154(4)
Significant Events
1158(1)
Conclusion
1158(1)
For Further Reference
1159(1)
Bibliography
1159
Appendices A-1
List of Illustrations, Maps, and Charts L-1
Index I-1


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