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Witness the ways in which important events were reflected in the everyday lives of ordinary people with The Social Fabric, Eleventh Edition. This compelling anthology of readings is comprised of a variety of essays that highlight the diversity of American experiences-based on differences in race, ethnicity, social status, and gender-and the ways in which this diversity has, at times, led to conflict.
Table of Contents
|Expansion and Change|
|Political Violence During Reconstruction|
|Pistols and Politics|
|The Reservation and the Destruction of Indian Culture|
|The Indian Frontier of the American West, 1846-1890|
|The Farmers' Frontier|
|Labor in the Gilded Age|
|Like a Family|
|Mass Migration and Cultural Conflict|
|Mass Culture at the Turn of the Century|
|Immigration and Cultural Conflict|
|African American Migration|
|The Tensions of Prosperity|
|The Ku Klux Klan in Indiana|
|Women of the Klan|
|Mexican-Americans in the Southwest|
|No Separate Refuge|
|Technology and Household Work|
|More Work for Mother|
|Depression and War|
|The Nation Confronts the Great Depression|
|The Invisible Scar|
|Work Relief in the Great Depression|
|A Nation in Torment|
|The Home Front During World War II|
|Don't You Know There's a War On!|
|The GI Bill of Rights|
|When Dreams Came True|
|Cold War Culture and Society|
|Urban Neighborhoods in Postwar America|
|Moment of Grace|
|That Old Time Rock lsquo;nrsquo; Roll|
|All Shook Up: How Rock lsquo;nrsquo; Roll Changed America|
|Consumerism and Suburban Homes|
|Contesting The American Dream|
|The Struggle for Civil Rights|
|With God on Our Side|
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