Table of Contents
I. EXPANSION AND CHANGE.
1. Political Violence During Reconstruction.
2. The Reservation and the Destruction of Indian Culture.
3. The Farmers' Frontier.
4. Labor in the Gilded Age.
5. Labor Violence in Industrial America.
II. THE CHALLENGES OF DIVERSITY.
6. The City at the Turn of the Century.
7. Immigration and Cultural Conflict.
8. Immigrant Children at School.
9. Black Migration.
III. THE TENSIONS OF PROSPERITY.
10. The Ku Klux Klan in Indiana.
11. Mexican-Americans in the Southwest.
12. Women Take to the Road.
IV. DEPRESSION AND WAR.
13. The Nation Confronts the Great Depression.
14. Work Relief in the Great Depression.
15. The Home Front During World War II.
16. The GI Bill of Rights.
V. AFFLUENCE AND ITS DISCONTENTS.
17. The Baby Boom.
18. The Struggle for Civil Rights.
19. The Counterculture.
20. Vietnam—and After.
21. Sexuality in Contemporary America.
22. Culture War.