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American Journey, Combined Volume : A History of the United States

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Summary

Written in a clear, engaging style with a straightforward chronological organization,The American Journeyintroduces readers to the key features of American political, social, and economic history. This new edition focuses more closely on the theme of the American journey, showing that our attempt to live up to and with our ideals is an ongoing process that has become ever more inclusive of different groups and ideas.Covering the 1600s to the present, prominent coverage is given to the West and the South, and the book highlights the importance of religion in American history. Hundreds of maps, graphs, and illustrations help readers absorb history and bring it to life.For those interested in a comprehensive study of U.S. history given in a flowing, lively narrative.

Table of Contents

Special Features xviii
U.S. History Documents CD-ROM xxiii
Preface xxix
About the Authors xxxv
Student Tool Kit xxxvi
Worlds Apart
1(34)
Voices From the American Journey: Montezuma
1(1)
Native American Societies before 1492
2(8)
Paleo-Indians and the Archaic Period
3(1)
The Development of Agriculture
4(1)
Nonfarming Societies
4(3)
Mesoamerican Civilizations
7(1)
North America's Diverse Cultures
7(2)
The Caribbean Islanders
9(1)
West African Societies
10(3)
Geographical and Political Differences
10(2)
Family Structure and Religion
12(1)
European Merchants in West Africa and the Slave Trade
12(1)
Western Europe on the Eve of Exploration
13(3)
The Consolidation of Political and Military Authority
14(1)
Religious Conflict and the Protestant Reformation
14(2)
Contact
16(10)
The Lure of Discovery
16(2)
Christopher Columbus and the Westward Route to Asia
18(1)
The Spanish Conquest and Colonization
19(4)
The Columbian Exchange
23(2)
Cultural Perceptions and Misperceptions
25(1)
Competition for a Continent
26(5)
Early French Efforts in North America
26(1)
English Attempts in the New World
27(4)
Conclusion
31(1)
Review Questions
31(1)
Key Terms
32(1)
Recommended Reading
32(1)
Additional Sources
32(1)
Where to Learn More
33
From Then to Now: The Kennewick Man Controversy
28(7)
Transplantation 1600--1685
35(30)
Voices from the American Journey: Thomas Dudley
35(1)
The French in North America
36(3)
The Quest for Furs and Converts
37(1)
The Development of New France
37(2)
The Dutch Overseas Empire
39(2)
The Dutch East India Company
39(1)
The West India Company and New Netherland
40(1)
English Settlement in the Chesapeake
41(6)
The Ordeal of Early Virginia
41(2)
The Importance of Tobacco
43(2)
Maryland: A Refuge for Catholics
45(1)
Life in the Chesapeake Colonies
46(1)
The Founding of New England
47(6)
The Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony
47(1)
Massachusetts Bay Colony and Its Offshoots
48(3)
Families, Farms, and Communities in Early New England
51(2)
Competition in the Caribbean
53(2)
Sugar and Slaves
54(1)
A Biracial Society
55(1)
The Restoration Colonies
55(6)
Early Carolina: Colonial Aristocracy and Slave Labor
55(2)
Pennsylvania: The Dream of Toleration and Peace
57(2)
New Netherland Becomes New York
59(2)
Conclusion
61(1)
Review Questions
61(1)
Key Terms
61(1)
Recommended Reading
62(1)
Additional Sources
62(1)
Where to Learn More
63(2)
The Creation of New Worlds
65(32)
Voices from the American Journey: Olaudah Equiano
65(2)
Indians and Europeans
67(10)
Indian Workers in the Spanish Borderlands
67(1)
The Web of Trade
68(2)
Displacing Native Americans in the English Colonies
70(1)
Bringing Christianity to Native Peoples
71(2)
After the First Hundred Years: Conflict and War
73(4)
Africans and Europeans
77(10)
Labor Needs and the Turn to Slavery
78(1)
The Shock of Enslavement
78(1)
African Slaves in the New World
79(5)
African American Families and Communities
84(1)
Resistance and Rebellion
85(2)
European Laborers in Early America
87(6)
A Spectrum of Control
87(5)
New European Immigrants
92(1)
Conclusion
93(1)
Review Questions
93(1)
Key Terms
94(1)
Recommended Reading
94(1)
Additional Sources
94(1)
Where to Learn More
95
From Then to Now: The Legacy of Slavery
88(9)
Convergence and Conflict
97(34)
Voices from the American Journey: George Washington
97(2)
Economic Development and Imperial Trade in the British Colonies
99(7)
The Regulation of Trade
99(1)
The Colonial Export Trade and the Spirit of Enterprise
100(3)
The Import Trade and Ties of Credit
103(1)
Becoming More Like England: The Growth of Cities and Inequality
104(2)
The Transformation of Culture
106(6)
Goods and Houses
107(1)
Shaping Minds and Manners
107(2)
Colonial Religion and the Great Awakening
109(3)
The Colonial Political World
112(3)
The Dominion of New England and the Limits of British Control
112(1)
The Legacy of the Glorious Revolution
113(1)
Diverging Politics in the Colonies and Great Britain
114(1)
Expanding Empires
115(5)
British Colonists in the Backcountry
115(2)
The Spanish in Texas and California
117(2)
The French along the Mississippi and in Louisiana
119(1)
A Century of Warfare
120(6)
Imperial Conflict and the Establishment of an American Balance of Power, 1689--1738
120(2)
King George's War Shifts the Balance, 1739--1754
122(1)
The French and Indian War, 1754--1760: A Decisive Victory
122(3)
The Triumph of the British Empire, 1763
125(1)
Conclusion
126(1)
Review Questions
127(1)
Key Terms
127(1)
Recommended Reading
128(1)
Additional Sources
128(1)
Where to Learn More
129(2)
Imperial Breakdown 1763--1774
131(26)
Voices From the American Journey: Eliza Farmer
131(2)
Imperial Reorganization
133(5)
British Problems
133(1)
Dealing with the New Territories
134(1)
The Status of Native Americans
135(2)
Curbing the Assemblies
137(1)
The Sugar and Stamp Acts
137(1)
American Reactions
138(3)
Constitutional Issues
138(1)
Taxation and the Political Culture
139(1)
Protesting the Taxes
139(2)
The Aftermath of the Stamp Act Crisis
141(2)
A Strained Relationship
141(2)
Regulator Movements
143(1)
The Townshend Crisis
143(6)
Townshend's Plan
143(1)
American Boycott
144(1)
The Boston Massacre
145(1)
The ``Quiet Period''
145(1)
The Boston Tea Party
146(2)
The Intolerable Acts
148(1)
The Road to Revolution
149(3)
Protestantism and the American Response to the Intolerable Acts
149(2)
The First Continental Congress
151(1)
The Continental Association
151(1)
Political Divisions
151(1)
Conclusion
152(1)
Review Questions
152(1)
Key Terms
153(1)
Recommended Reading
153(1)
Additional Sources
154(1)
Where to Learn More
155(2)
The War for Independence 1774--1783
157(32)
Voices From the American Journey: John Laurens
157(2)
The Outbreak of War and The Declaration of Independence, 1774--1776
159(8)
Mounting Tensions
159(1)
The Loyalists' Dilemma
159(1)
British Coercion and Conciliation
159(1)
The Battles of Lexington and Concord
160(1)
The Second Continental Congress, 1775--1776
161(1)
Commander in Chief George Washington
161(1)
Early Fighting: Massachusetts, Virginia, the Carolinas, and Canada
162(1)
Independence
163(2)
Religion, Virtue, and Republicanism
165(2)
The Combatants
167(5)
Professional Soldiers
167(3)
Women in the Contending Armies
170(1)
African American Participation in the War
170(1)
Native Americans and the War
171(1)
The War in the North, 1776--1777
172(2)
Britain Hesitates: Battles in New York and New Jersey
172(2)
The Year of the Hangman: Victory at Saratoga and Winter at Valley Forge
174(1)
The War Widens, 1778--1781
174(5)
The United States Gains an Ally
174(1)
Fighting on the Frontier and at Sea
175(1)
The Land War Moves South
176(1)
American Counterattacks
177(2)
The American Victory, 1782--1783
179(2)
The Peace of Paris
179(1)
The Components of Success
179(2)
The War and Society, 1775--1783
181(3)
The Women's War
181(1)
Effect of the War on African Americans
182(1)
The War's Impact on Native Americans
182(1)
Economic Disruption
182(2)
The Price of Victory
184(1)
Conclusion
184(1)
Review Questions
185(1)
Key Terms
185(1)
Recommended Reading
185(1)
Additional Sources
186(1)
Where to Learn More
187(2)
The First Republic 1776--1789
189(30)
Voices from the American Journey: William Shepard
189(2)
The New Order of Republicanism
191(7)
Defining the People
192(3)
The State Constitutions
195(2)
The Articles of Confederation
197(1)
Problems at Home
198(7)
The Fiscal Crisis
199(1)
Economic Depression
200(1)
The Economic Policies of the States
201(2)
Congress and the West
203(2)
Diplomatic Weaknesses
205(4)
Impasse with Britain
205(1)
Spain and the Mississippi River
206(3)
Toward a New Union
209(6)
The Road to Philadelphia
209(1)
The Convention at Work of the Constitution
209(2)
Overview of the Constitution
211(1)
The Struggle over Ratification
212(3)
Conclusion
215(1)
Review Questions
216(1)
Key Terms
216(1)
Recommended Reading
216(1)
Additional Sources
217(1)
Where to Learn More
218(1)
A New Republic and the Rise of Parties 1789--1800
219(28)
Voices From the American Journey: William Maclay
219(2)
Washington's America
221(5)
The Uniformity of New England
221(2)
The Pluralism of the Mid-Atlantic Region
223(2)
The Slave South and Its Backcountry
225(1)
The Growing West
226(1)
Forging a New Government
226(4)
``Mr. President'' and the Bill of Rights
227(1)
Departments and Courts
227(1)
Revenue and Trade
228(1)
Hamilton and the Public Credit
228(1)
Reaction and Opposition
229(1)
The Emergence of Parties
230(8)
The French Revolution
231(1)
Securing the Frontier
232(2)
The Whiskey Rebellion
234(1)
Treaties with Britain and Spain
234(3)
The First Partisan Election
237(1)
The Last Federalist Administration
238(5)
The French Crisis and the XYZ Affair
238(1)
Crisis at Home
239(1)
The End of the Federalists
240(3)
Conclusion
243(1)
Review Questions
243(1)
Key Terms
244(1)
Recommended Reading
244(1)
Additional Sources
244(1)
Where to Learn More
245(2)
The Triumph and Collapse of Jeffersonian Republicanism 1800--1824
247(30)
Voices From the American Journey: Rosalie Calvert
247(2)
Jefferson's Presidency
249(6)
Reform at Home
249(3)
The Louisiana Purchase
252(1)
Florida and Western Schemes
253(2)
Embargo and a Crippled Presidency
255(1)
Madison and the Coming of War
255(4)
The Failure of Economic Sanctions
256(1)
The Frontier and Indian Resistance
256(1)
Decision for War
257(2)
The War of 1812
259(5)
Setbacks in Canada
259(2)
Western Victories and British Offensives
261(2)
The Treaty of Ghent and the Battle of New Orleans
263(1)
The Era of Good Feelings
264(3)
Economic Nationalism
264(1)
Judicial Nationalism
265(1)
Toward a Continental Empire
265(2)
The Breakdown of Unity
267(6)
The Panic of 1819
268(1)
The Missouri Compromise
268(1)
The Election of 1824
269(4)
Conclusion
273(1)
Review Questions
273(1)
Key Terms
274(1)
Recommended Reading
274(1)
Additional Sources
274(1)
Where to Learn More
275
From Then to Now: The Lewis and Clark Expedition in Their World and Ours
27(250)
The Jacksonian Era 1824--1845
277(30)
Voices From the American Journey: Benjamin B. French
277(2)
The Egalitarian Impulse
279(7)
The Extension of White Male Democracy
279(3)
The Popular Religious Revolt
282(2)
The Rise of the Jacksonians
284(2)
Jackson's Presidency
286(8)
Jackson's Appeal
286(1)
Indian Removal
287(2)
The Nullification Crisis
289(2)
The Bank War
291(3)
Van Buren and Hard Times
294(3)
The Panic of 1837
295(1)
The Independent Treasury
296(1)
Uproar over Slavery
297(1)
The Rise of the Whig Party
297(3)
The Party Taking Shape
298(1)
Whig Persuasion
299(1)
The Election of 1840
299(1)
The Whigs in Power
300(3)
Harrison and Tyler
301(1)
The Texas Issue
301(1)
The Election of 1844
302(1)
Conclusion
303(1)
Review Questions
303(1)
Key Terms
304(1)
Recommended Reading
304(1)
Additional Sources
304(1)
Where to Learn More
305(2)
Slavery and the Old South 1800--1860
307(28)
Voices From the American Journey: Hannah Crafts
307(2)
The Lower South
309(4)
Cotton and Slaves
309(2)
The Profits of Slavery
311(2)
The Upper South
313(3)
A Period of Economic Adjustment
313(2)
The Decline of Slavery
315(1)
Slave Life and Culture
316(7)
Work Routines and Living Conditions
317(2)
Families and Religion
319(1)
Resistance
320(3)
Free Society
323(6)
The Slaveholding Minority
324(2)
The White Majority
326(1)
Free Black People
327(2)
The Proslavery Argument
329(1)
Religious Arguments
329(1)
Racial Arguments
329(1)
Conclusion
330(1)
Review Questions
331(1)
Key Terms
331(1)
Recommended Reading
331(1)
Additional Sources
332(1)
Where to Learn More
333(2)
The Market Revolution and Social Reform, 1815--1850
335(38)
Voices From the American Journey: Angelina Grimke
335(2)
Industrial Change and Urbanization
337(14)
The Transportation Revolution
337(4)
Cities and Immigrants
341(3)
The Industrial Revolution
344(3)
Growing Inequality and New Classes
347(4)
Reform and Moral Order
351(4)
The Benevolent Empire
351(1)
The Temperance Movement
352(1)
Women's Role in Reform
353(1)
Backlash against Benevolence
354(1)
Institutions and Social Improvement
355(4)
School Reform
355(1)
Prisons, Workhouses, and Asylums
356(1)
Utopian Alternatives
357(2)
Abolitionism and Women's Rights
359(4)
Rejecting Colonization
359(1)
Abolitionism
360(3)
The Women's Rights Movement
363(2)
Political Antislavery
365
Conclusion
363(6)
Review Questions
369(1)
Key Terms
369(1)
Recommended Reading
369(1)
Additional Sources
370(1)
Where to Learn More
371
From Then to Now: Immigration: An Ambivalent Welcome
366(7)
The Way West 1815--1850
373(30)
Voices from the American Journey: George Catlin
373(2)
The Agricultural Frontier
375(6)
The Crowded East
375(3)
The Old Northwest
378(1)
The Old Southwest
379(2)
The Frontiers of the Plains Indians
381(5)
Tribal Lands
381(2)
The Fur Traders
383(1)
The Oregon Trail
384(2)
The Mexican Borderlands
386(7)
The Peoples of the Southwest
386(2)
The Americanization of Texas
388(4)
The Push into California and the Southwest
392(1)
Politics, Expansion, and War
393(6)
Manifest Destiny
393(4)
The Mexican War
397(2)
Conclusion
399(1)
Review Questions
399(1)
Key Terms
399(1)
Recommended Reading
400(1)
Additional Sources
400(1)
Where to Learn More
401
From Then to Now: Manifest Destiny and American Foreign Policy
394(9)
The Politics of Sectionalism 1846--1861
403(36)
Voices from the American Journey: Harriet Beecher Stowe
403(2)
Slavery in the Territories
405(9)
The Wilmot Proviso
405(1)
The Election of 1848
406(2)
The Gold Rush
408(1)
The Compromise of 1850
409(1)
Response to the Fugitive Slave Act
410(2)
Uncle Tom's Cabin
412(1)
The Election of 1852
413(1)
Political Realignment
414(8)
Young America's Foreign Misadventures
414(1)
Stephen Douglas's Railroad Proposal
415(1)
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
415(1)
``Bleeding Kansas''
415(2)
Know-Nothings and Republicans: Religion and Politics
417(1)
The Election of 1856
418(1)
The Dred Scott Case
419(1)
The Lecompton Constitution
420(1)
The Religious Revival of 1857--58
420(1)
The Lincoln-Douglas Debates
421(1)
The Road to Disunion
422(13)
North-South Differences
423(2)
John Brown's Raid
425(2)
The Election of 1860
427(1)
Secession Begins
428(1)
Presidential Inaction
429(1)
Peace Proposals
429(1)
Lincoln's Views on Secession
430(1)
Fort Sumter: The Tug Comes
430(5)
Conclusion
435(1)
Review Questions
436(1)
Key Terms
436(1)
Recommended Reading
436(1)
Additional Sources
436(1)
Where to Learn More
437
From Then to Now: Religion and Politics
432(7)
Battle Cries and Freedom Songs the Civil War 1861--1865
439(42)
Voices from the American Journey: Sullivan Ballou
439(2)
Mobilization, North and South
441(7)
War Fever
442(2)
The North's Advantage in Resources
444(1)
Leaders, Governments, and Strategies
445(3)
The Early War, 1861--1862
448(4)
First Bull Run
448(1)
The War in the West
449(1)
Reassessing the War: The Human Toll
450(1)
The War in the East
451(1)
Turning Points, 1862--1863
452(10)
The Naval War and the Diplomatic War
452(1)
Antietam
453(1)
Emancipation
453(4)
From Fredericksburg to Gettysburg
457(3)
Vicksburg, Chattanooga, and the West
460(2)
The War Transforms the North
462(4)
Wartime Legislation and Politics
463(1)
The Northern Economy
464(1)
Northern Women and the War
465(1)
The Confederacy Disintegrates
466(3)
Southern Politics
466(1)
Southern Faith
466(1)
The Southern Economy
467(1)
Southern Women and the War
468(1)
The Union Prevails, 1864--1865
469(7)
Grant's Plan to End the War
469(2)
The Election of 1864 and Sherman's March
471(3)
The Road to Appomattox and the Death of Lincoln
474(2)
Conclusion
476(1)
Review Questions
477(1)
Key Terms
477(1)
Recommended Reading
478(1)
Additional Sources
478(1)
Where to Learn More
479(2)
Reconstruction 1865--1877
481(32)
Voices from the American Journey: T. Thomas Fortune
481(2)
White Southerners and the Ghosts of the Confederacy, 1865
483(2)
More than Freedom: African American Aspirations in 1865
485(6)
Education
485(1)
``Forty Acres and a Mule''
486(2)
Migration to Cities
488(1)
Faith and Freedom
488(3)
Federal Reconstruction, 1865--1870
491(8)
Presidential Reconstruction, 1865--1867
491(4)
Congressional Reconstruction, 1867--1870
495(1)
Southern Republican Governments, 1867--1870
496(3)
Counter-Reconstruction, 1870--1874
499(3)
The Uses of Violence
500(1)
The Failure of Northern Will
501(1)
Liberal Republicans and the Election of 1872
502(1)
Redemption, 1874--1877
502(6)
The Democrats' Violent Resurgence
502(1)
The Weak Federal Response
503(1)
The Election of 1876 and the Compromise of 1877
503(1)
The Memory of Reconstruction
504(4)
The Failed Promise of Reconstruction
508(1)
Modest Gains and Future Victories
508(1)
Conclusion
508(1)
Review Questions
509(1)
Key Terms
509(1)
Recommended Reading
509(1)
Additional Sources
510(1)
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511
From Then to Now: African-American Voting Rights in the South
506(7)
A New South: Economic Progress and Social Tradition 1877--1900
513(34)
Voices from the American Journey: Anna J. Cooper
514(1)
The Newness of the New South
515(7)
An Industrial and Urban South
516(2)
The Limits of Industrial and Urban Growth
518(3)
Farms to Cities: Impact on Southern Society
521(1)
The Southern Agrarian Revolt
522(4)
Cotton and Credit
522(1)
Southern Farmers Organize, 1877--1892
523(2)
Southern Populists
525(1)
Women in the New South
526(3)
Church Work and Preserving Memories
526(1)
Women's Clubs
527(2)
Settling the Race Issue
529(12)
The Fluidity of Southern Race Relations, 1877--1890
529(1)
The White Backlash
529(1)
Lynch Law
530(1)
Segregation by Law
531(2)
Disfranchisement
533(2)
A National Consensus on Race
535(1)
Response of the Black Community
536(5)
Conclusion
541(1)
Review Questions
542(1)
Key Terms
542(1)
Recommended Reading
542(1)
Additional Sources
543(2)
Where to Learn More
545(2)
Industry, Immigrants, and Cities 1870--1900
547(36)
Voices from the American Journey: Maryantin
547(2)
New Industry
549(13)
Inventing Technology: The Electric Age
550(2)
The Corporation and Its Impact
552(2)
The Changing Nature of Work
554(1)
Child Labor
555(1)
Working Women
556(2)
Responses to Poverty and Wealth
558(2)
Workers Organize
560(2)
New Immigrants
562(10)
Old World Backgrounds
562(3)
The Neighborhood
565(2)
The Job
567(1)
Nativism
568(2)
Roots of the Great Migration
570(2)
New Cities
572(5)
Centers and Suburbs
572(2)
The New Middle Class
574(1)
A Consumer Society
574(1)
The Growth of Leisure Activities
575(2)
Conclusion
577(1)
Review Questions
578(1)
Key Terms
578(1)
Recommended Reading
578(1)
Additional Sources
578(2)
Where to Learn More
580(3)
Transforming the West 1865--1890
583(32)
Voices from the American Journey: Andrew J. Russell
583(2)
Subjugating Native Americans
585(8)
Tribes and Cultures
585(2)
Federal Indian Policy
587(1)
Warfare and Dispossession
587(4)
Life on the Reservation: Americanization
591(2)
Exploiting the Mountains: The Mining Bonanza
593(4)
Rushes and Mining Camps
593(3)
Labor and Capital
596(1)
Using the Grass: The Cattle Kingdom
597(4)
Cattle Drives and Cow Towns
597(1)
Rise and Fall of Open-Range Ranching
598(1)
Cowhands and Capitalists
599(2)
Working the Earth: Homesteaders and Agricultural Expansion
601(8)
Settling the Land
601(3)
Home on the Range
604(4)
Farming the Land
608(1)
Conclusion
609(1)
Review Questions
609(1)
Key Terms
610(1)
Recommended Reading
610(1)
Additional Sources
610(2)
Where to Learn More
612
From Then to Now: The Legacy of Indian Americanization
606(9)
Politics and Government 1877--1900
615(64)
Voices from the American Journey: The Fort Wayne Weekly Gazette
615(3)
The Structure and Style of Politics
618(5)
Campaigns and Elections
618(1)
Partisan Politics
619(2)
Associational Politics
621(2)
The Limits of Government
623(2)
The Weak Presidency
623(1)
The Inefficient Congress
623(1)
The Federal Bureaucracy and the Spoils System
624(1)
Inconsistent State Government
625(1)
Public Policies and National Elections
625(5)
Civil Service Reform
626(1)
The Political Life of the Tariff
627(1)
The Beginnings of Federal Regulation
628(1)
The Money Question
629(1)
The Crisis of the 1890s
630(9)
Farmers Protest Inequities
630(1)
The People's Party
631(1)
The Challenge of the Depression
632(3)
The Battle of the Standards and the Election of 1896
635(4)
Conclusion
639(1)
Review Questions
639(1)
Key Terms
639(1)
Recommended Reading
640(1)
Additional Sources
640(1)
Where to Learn More
641(2)
The Progressive Era 1900--1917
Voices from the American Journey: ``General Rosalie Jones''
643(2)
The Ferment of Reform
645(7)
The Context of Reform: Industrial and Urban Tensions
646(2)
Church and Campus
648(1)
Muckrakers
649(1)
The Gospel of Efficiency
649(1)
Labor's Demand for Rights
649(1)
Extending the Woman's Sphere
650(1)
Trans-Atlantic Influences
651(1)
Socialism
651(1)
Opponents of Reform
651(1)
Reforming Society
652(7)
Settlement Houses and Urban Reform
653(2)
Protective Legislation for Women and Children Reshaping Public Education
655(1)
Challenging Gender Restrictions
656(1)
Reforming Country Life
656(1)
Social Control and Moral Crusades
657(2)
For Whites Only?
659(1)
Reforming Politics and Government
659(5)
Woman Suffrage
660(1)
Electoral Reform
660(3)
Municipal Reform
663(1)
Progressive State Government
663(1)
Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Presidency
664(4)
TR and the Modern Presidency
664(1)
Roosevelt and Labor
664(1)
Managing Natural Resources
665(1)
Corporate Regulation
666(1)
Taft and the Insurgents
667(1)
Woodrow Wilson and Progressive Reform
668(5)
The Election of 1912
668(2)
Implementing the New Freedom
670(2)
The Expansion of Reform
672(1)
Conclusion
673(1)
Review Questions
673(1)
Key Terms
674(1)
Recommended Reading
674(1)
Additional Sources
674(2)
Where to Learn More
676(3)
Creating an Empire 1865--1917
679(30)
Voices from the American Journey: Major-General Leonard Wood
679(2)
The Roots of Imperialism
681(6)
Ideological and Religious Arguments
681(2)
Strategic Concerns
683(1)
Economic Designs
684(3)
First Steps
687(2)
Seward and Blaine
687(1)
Hawaii
688(1)
Chile and Venezuela
689(1)
The Spanish-American War
689(5)
The Cuban Revolution
689(1)
Growing Tensions
690(1)
War and Empire
691(2)
The Treaty of Paris
693(1)
Imperial Ambitions: The United States and East Asia, 1899--1917
694(4)
The Filipino-American War
695(1)
China and the Open Door
696(1)
Rivalry with Japan and Russia
697(1)
Imperial Power: The United States and Latin America, 1899--1917
698(5)
U.S. Rule in Puerto Rico
699(1)
Cuba as a U.S. Protectorate
700(1)
The Panama Canal
700(1)
The Roosevelt Corollary
701(1)
Dollar Diplomacy
702(1)
Wilsonian Interventions
702(1)
Conclusion
703(1)
Review Questions
704(1)
Key Terms
704(1)
Recommended Reading
704(1)
Additional Sources
705(1)
Where to Learn More
706(3)
America and the Great War 1914--1920
709(30)
Voices from the American Journey: Ray Stannard Baker
709(2)
Waging Neutrality
711(5)
The Origins of Conflict
711(1)
American Attitudes
712(1)
The Economy of War
713(1)
The Diplomacy of Neutrality
713(1)
The Battle over Preparedness
714(1)
The Election of 1916
715(1)
Descent into War
715(1)
Waging War in America
716(6)
Managing the War Economy
717(2)
Women and Minorities: New Opportunities, Old Inequities
719(1)
Financing the War
720(1)
Conquering Minds
720(1)
Suppressing Dissent
721(1)
Waging War and Peace Abroad
722(6)
The War to End All Wars
723(2)
The Fourteen Points
725(1)
The Paris Peace Conference
726(2)
Waging Peace at Home
728(6)
Battle over the League
728(3)
Economic Readjustment and Social Conflict
731(2)
Red Scare
733(1)
The Election of 1920
734(1)
Conclusion
734(1)
Review Questions
735(1)
Key Terms
735(1)
Recommended Reading
735(1)
Additional Sources
736(1)
Where to Learn More
737(2)
Toward a Modern America The 1920s
739(32)
Voices from the American Journey: Upton Sinclair
739(2)
The Economy That Roared
741(4)
Boom Industries
741(2)
Corporate Consolidation
743(1)
Open Shops and Welfare Capitalism
743(1)
Sick Industries
744(1)
The Business of Government
745(5)
Republican Ascendancy
746(1)
Government Corruption
747(1)
Coolidge Prosperity
747(2)
The Fate of Reform
749(1)
Cities and Suburbs
750(3)
Expanding Cities
750(1)
The Great Black Migration
750(2)
Barrios
752(1)
The Road to Suburbia
752(1)
Mass Culture in the Jazz Age
753(4)
Advertising the Consumer Society
753(1)
Leisure and Entertainment
754(1)
The New Morality
755(2)
The Searching Twenties
757(1)
Culture Wars
757(4)
Nativism and Immigration Restriction
758(1)
The Ku Klux Klan
759(1)
Prohibition and Crime
760(1)
Old-Time Religion and the Scopes Trial
760(1)
A New Era in the World?
761(2)
War Debts and Economic Expansion
761(1)
Rejecting War
762(1)
Managing the Hemisphere
762(1)
Herbert Hoover and the Final Triumph of the New Era
763(1)
Conclusion
763(3)
Review Questions
766(1)
Key Terms
767(1)
Recommended Reading
767(1)
Additional Sources
767(2)
Where to Learn More
769
From then to Now: The Culture Wars
764(7)
The Great Depression and the New Deal 1929--1939
771(36)
Voices from the American Journey: Carlotta Silvas Martin, Eunice Langdon, And Meridel Lesueur
771(3)
Hard Times in Hooverville
774(7)
Crash!
774(2)
The Depression Spreads
776(1)
``Women's Jobs'' and ``Men's Jobs''
777(1)
Families in the Depression
777(2)
``Last Hired, First Fired''
779(2)
Protest
781(1)
Herbert Hoover and the Depression
781(2)
The Failure of Voluntarism
781(1)
Repudiating Hoover: The 1932 Election
782(1)
Launching the New Deal
783(6)
Action Now!
783(1)
Creating Jobs
784(1)
Helping Some Farmers
785(1)
The Flight of the Blue Eagle
785(2)
Critics Right and Left
787(2)
Consolidating the New Deal
789(3)
Weeding Out and Lifting Up
789(1)
Expanding Relief
790(1)
The Roosevelt Coalition and the Election of 1936
791(1)
The New Deal and American Life
792(5)
Labor on the March
792(1)
Women and the New Deal
793(1)
Minorities and the New Deal
794(1)
The New Deal: North, South, East, and West
795(2)
The New Deal and Public Activism
797(1)
Ebbing of the New Deal
797(1)
Challenging the Court
797(1)
More Hard Times
798(1)
Political Stalemate
798(1)
Good Neighbors and Hostile Forces
798(3)
Neutrality and Fascism
799(2)
Edging Toward Involvement
801(1)
Conclusion
801(1)
Review Questions
802(1)
Key Terms
802(1)
Recommended Reading
802(1)
Additional Sources
803(1)
Where to Learn More
804(3)
World War II 1939--1945
807(36)
Voices from the American Journey: Enrico Fermi
807(2)
The Dilemmas of Neutrality
809(7)
The Roots of War
809(2)
Hitler's War in Europe
811(1)
Trying to Keep Out
811(2)
Edging Toward Intervention
813(1)
The Brink of War
813(1)
December 7, 1941
814(2)
Holding the Line
816(4)
Stopping Germany
817(1)
The Survival of Britain
817(2)
Retreat and Stabilization in the Pacific
819(1)
Mobilizing for Victory
820(8)
Organizing the Economy
820(2)
The Enlistment of Science
822(1)
Men and Women in the Military
823(1)
The Home Front
824(1)
Women and Ethnic Minorities in the Workforce
825(1)
Clashing Cultures
826(1)
Internment of Japanese Americans
826(1)
The End of the New Deal
827(1)
War and Peace
828(10)
Turning the Tide in Europe
828(2)
Operation Overlord
830(2)
Victory and Tragedy in Europe
832(2)
The Pacific War
834(2)
Searching for Peace
836(1)
How the Allies Won
837(1)
Conclusion
838(1)
Review Questions
839(1)
Key Terms
839(1)
Recommended Reading
839(1)
Additional Sources
840(1)
Where to Learn More
841(2)
The Cold War at Home and Abroad 1946--1952
843(30)
Voices from the American Journey: Bernadette Wheeler
843(1)
Launching the Great Boom
844(6)
Reconversion Chaos
845(1)
Economic Policy
846(1)
The GI Bill
846(1)
Assembly-Line Neighborhoods
847(1)
Steps Toward Civil Rights
848(2)
Consumer Boom and Baby Boom
850(1)
Truman, Republicans, and the Fair Deal
850(3)
Truman's Opposition
851(1)
Whistle-Stopping across America
852(1)
Truman's Fair Deal
852(1)
Confronting the Soviet Union
853(3)
The End of the Grand Alliance
854(1)
The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan
855(1)
Soviet Reactions
856(1)
American Rearmament
856(1)
Cold War and Hot War
856(6)
The Nuclear Shadow
857(1)
The Cold War in Asia
858(1)
NSC-68 and Aggressive Containment
859(1)
War in Korea, 1950--1953
859(2)
The Politics of War
861(1)
The Second Red Scare
862(6)
The Communist Party and the Loyalty Program
864(1)
Naming Names to Congress
865(1)
Subversion Trials
866(1)
Senator McCarthy on Stage
866(2)
Understanding McCarthyism
868(1)
Conclusion
868(1)
Review Questions
869(1)
Key Terms
869(1)
Recommended Reading
870(1)
Additional Sources
870(1)
Where to Learn More
871(2)
The Confident Years 1953--1964
873(36)
Voices from the American Journey: Melba Pattillo
873(2)
A Decade of Affluence
875(8)
What's Good for General Motors
875(2)
Reshaping Urban America
877(1)
Comfort on Credit
877(2)
The New Fifties Family
879(1)
Inventing Teenagers
880(1)
Turning to Religion
881(1)
The Gospel of Prosperity
882(1)
The Underside of Affluence
882(1)
Facing Off with the Soviet Union
883(6)
Why We Liked Ike
883(1)
A Balance of Terror
884(1)
Containment in Action
885(1)
Global Standoff
886(3)
John F. Kennedy and the Cold War
889(4)
The Kennedy Mystique
889(1)
Kennedy's Mistakes
890(1)
Getting into Vietnam
891(1)
Missile Crisis: A Line Drawn in the Waves
892(1)
Science and Foreign Affairs
892(1)
Righteousness Like a Mighty Stream: The Struggle for Civil Rights
893(4)
Getting to the Supreme Court
893(1)
Deliberate Speed
894(2)
Public Accommodations
896(1)
The March on Washington, 1963
897(1)
Religious Belief and Civil Rights
897(1)
``Let Us Continue''
897(7)
Dallas, 1963
898(1)
War on Poverty
898(1)
Civil Rights, 1964--1965
899(1)
War, Peace, and the Landslide of 1964
900(4)
Conclusion
904(1)
Review Questions
904(1)
Key Terms
904(1)
Recommended Reading
905(1)
Additional Sources
905(2)
Where to Learn More
907(2)
Shaken to the Roots 1965--1980
909
Voices from the American Journey: Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong
909(2)
The End of Consensus
911(8)
Deeper into Vietnam
911(2)
Voices of Dissent
913(3)
New Left and Community Activism
916(1)
Youth Culture and Counterculture
916(1)
Sounds of Change
917(1)
Communes and Cults
918(1)
The Feminist Critique
918(1)
Coming Out
919(1)
Cities Under Stress
919(5)
Diagnosing an Urban Crisis
919(1)
Racial Rioting
920(1)
Minority Separatism
921(2)
Suburban Independence: The Outer City
923(1)
The Year of the Gun, 1968
924(3)
The Tet Offensive
924(1)
LBJ's Exit
924(2)
Violence and Politics: King, Kennedy, and Chicago
926(1)
Nixon, Watergate, and the Crisis of the Early 1970s
927(8)
Getting Out of Vietnam, 1969--1975
927(2)
Nixon and the Wider World
929(1)
Courting Middle America
929(1)
Oil, OPEC, and Stagflation
930(1)
Americans as Environmentalists
931(1)
From Dirty Tricks to Watergate
932(2)
The Ford Footnote
934(1)
Jimmy Carter: Idealism and Frustration in the White House
935(5)
Carter, Energy, and the Economy
935(1)
Closed Factories and Failed Farms
936(1)
Building a Cooperative World
937(1)
New Crises Abroad
938(2)
Conclusion
940(1)
Review Questions
940(1)
Key Terms
941(1)
Recommended Reading
941(1)
Additional Sources
941(2)
Where to Learn More
943
The Reagan Revolution and a Changing World 1981--1992
000(981)
Voices from the American Journey: Celia Noup
946(2)
Reagan's Domestic Revolution
948(10)
Reagan's Majority
948(2)
The New Conservatism
950(1)
Reaganomics: Deficits and Deregulation
951(1)
Crisis for Organized Labor
952(1)
An Acquisitive Society
953(1)
Mass Media and Fragmented Culture
954(1)
Poverty amid Prosperity
954(2)
Consolidating the Revolution: George Bush
956(2)
The Second (Short) Cold War
958(8)
Confronting the Soviet Union
958(2)
Risky Business: Foreign Policy Adventures
960(1)
Embracing Perestroika
961(2)
Crisis and Democracy in Eastern Europe
963(1)
The Persian Gulf War
964(2)
Growth in the Sunbelt
966(5)
The Defense Economy
967(1)
Americans from around the World
968(2)
Old Gateways and New
970(1)
The Graying of America
970(1)
Values in Collision
971(5)
Women's Rights and Public Policy
971(1)
AIDS and Gay Activism
972(1)
Churches in Change
973(1)
Culture Wars
974(2)
Conclusion
976(1)
Review Questions
977(1)
Key Terms
977(1)
Recommended Reading
978(1)
Additional Sources
978(1)
Where to Learn More
979(2)
Complacency and Crisis 1993--2005
981
Voices from the American Journey: John Mcnamara
982(1)
Politics of the Center
983(7)
The Election of 1992: A New Generation
983(2)
Policing the World
985(1)
Clinton's Neoliberalism
986(1)
Contract with America and the Election of 1996
987(1)
The Dangers of Everyday Life
987(2)
Morality and Partisanship
989(1)
A New Economy?
990(7)
The Prosperous 1990s
991(1)
The Service Economy
991(1)
The High-Tech Sector
992(1)
An Instant Society
993(1)
In the World Market
994(3)
Broadening Democracy
997(7)
Americans in 2000
998(1)
Women from the Grassroots to Congress
998(2)
Minorities at the Ballot Box
1000(3)
Rights and Opportunities
1003(1)
Illegal Immigration and Bilingual Education
1003(1)
Affirmative Action
1003(1)
Edging into a New Century
1004(3)
The 2000 Election
1004(1)
Reaganomics Revisited
1005(1)
Downsized Diplomacy
1006(1)
Paradoxes of Power
1007(4)
9-11-01
1007(1)
Security and Conflict
1008(1)
Iraq and Conflicts in the Middle East
1009(1)
The 2004 Election
1010(1)
Conclusion
1011(3)
Review Questions
1014(1)
Key Terms
1014(1)
Recommended Reading
1014(1)
Additional Sources
1015(1)
Where to Learn More
1015
Appendix 1(1)
Glossary 1(1)
Credits 1(1)
Index 1


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