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Social Fabric, The, Volume 2

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Edition:
11th
ISBN13:

9780205617333

ISBN10:
0205617336
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/14/2008
Publisher(s):
Pearson
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Summary

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

Preface
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' FrontierRobert V. Hine\13Hine\13, Robert V.
Labor in the Gilded Age
Like a Family
Transforming Nature
Naturersquo;s Metropolis
Mass Migration and Cultural Conflict
Mass Culture at the Turn of the Century
Cheap Amusements
Immigration and Cultural Conflict
Unbound Feet
African American Migration
Black 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
Homeward Bound
Contesting The American Dream
The Struggle for Civil RightsDoug McAdam\13McAdam\13, Doug
The Counterculture
Storming Heaven
Vietnam-and After
Backfire
Culture War
With God on Our Side
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