9780618333332

The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People

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  • Copyright: 2003-02-11
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Table of Contents

Special Features xxi
Maps
xxii
Figures
xxiv
Tables
xxv
Preface xxvii
About the Authors xxxiii
Prologue: Enduring Vision, Enduring Land xxxv
An Ancient Heritage xxxvi
The Continent and Its Regions xxxviii
The West xxxviii
The Heartland xli
The Atlantic Seaboard xlii
A Legacy and a Challenge xliv
Native Peoples of America, to 1500
1(22)
The First Americans, c. 13,000--2500 B.C.
2(3)
Peopling New Worlds
2(2)
Archaic Societies
4(1)
Cultural Diversity, c. 2500 B.C.--A.D. 1500
5(11)
Mesoamerica and South America
5(3)
The Southwest
8(2)
The Eastern Woodlands
10(4)
Nonfarming Societies
14(2)
North American Peoples on the Eve of European Contact
16(7)
Kinship and Gender
16(2)
Spiritual and Social Values
18
A Place in Time Cahokia in 1200
14(5)
Conclusion
19(1)
Chronology, 13,000 B.C.--A.D. 1500
20(3)
The Rise of the Atlantic World, 1400--1625
23(30)
African and European Peoples
24(9)
Mediterranean Crossroads
24(1)
West Africa and Its Peoples
25(3)
European Culture and Society
28(3)
Religious Upheavals
31(1)
The Reformation in England, 1533--1625
32(1)
Europe and the Atlantic World, 1440--1600
33(9)
Portugal and the Atlantic, 1440--1600
33(1)
The ``New Slavery'' and Racism
34(1)
Europeans Reach America, 1492--1541
35(5)
Spanish Conquistadors, 1492--1536
40(1)
The Columbian Exchange
41(1)
Footholds in North America, 1512--1625
42(11)
Spain's Northern Frontier, 1512--1625
43(2)
France: Initial Failures and Canadian Success, 1541--1610
45(1)
England and the Atlantic World, 1558--1603
46(1)
The Beginnings of English Colonization, 1603--1625
47(1)
New England Begins, 1614--1625
48(1)
The Enterprising Dutch, 1609--1625
49
Technology and Culture Sugar Production in the Americas
36(14)
Conclusion
50(1)
Chronology, 1400--1625
50(3)
Expansion and Diversity: The Rise of Colonial America, 1625--1700
53(36)
The New England Way
55(13)
A City upon a Hill, 1625--1642
55(1)
The Pequot War, 1637
55(1)
Dissent and Orthodoxy, 1630--1650
56(2)
Power to the Saints, 1630--1660
58(2)
New England Families
60(1)
The Half-Way Covenant, 1662
61(1)
Expansion and Native Americans, 1650--1676
62(1)
Salem Witchcraft and the Demise of the New England Way, 1691--1693
63(5)
Chesapeake Society
68(7)
State and Church in Virginia
68(1)
Maryland
69(1)
Death, Gender, and Kinship
69(2)
Tobacco Shapes a Region, 1630--1670
71(1)
Bacon's Rebellion, 1675--1676
72(2)
Slavery
74(1)
The Spread of Slavery: The Caribbean and Carolina
75(3)
Sugar and Slaves: The West Indies
75(2)
Rice and Slaves: Carolina
77(1)
The Middle Colonies
78(4)
Precursors: New Netherland and New Sweden
78(1)
English Conquests: New York and New Jersey
79(1)
Quaker Pennsylvania
80(2)
Rivals for North America: France and Spain
82(7)
France Claims a Continent
83(1)
New Mexico: The Pueblo Revolt
84(2)
Florida and Texas
86
Technology and Culture Native American Baskets and Textiles in New England
64(22)
Conclusion
86(1)
Chronology, 1625--1700
87(2)
The Bonds of Empire, 1660--1750
89(34)
Rebellion and War, 1660--1713
90(4)
Royal Centralization, 1660--1688
90(1)
The Glorious Revolution in England and America, 1688--1689
91(2)
A Generation of War, 1689--1713
93(1)
Colonial Economies and Societies, 1660--1750
94(15)
Mercantilist Empires in America
94(2)
Immigration, Population Growth, and Diversity
96(4)
Rural White Men and Women
100(2)
Colonial Farmers and the Environment
102(1)
The Urban Paradox
102(2)
Slavery's Wages
104(1)
The Rise of Colonial Elites
105(4)
Competing for a Continent, 1713--1750
109(5)
France and Native Americans
109(1)
Native Americans and British Expansion
110(1)
British Expansion in the South: Georgia
111(1)
Spain's Tenacity
112(1)
The Return of War, 1739--1748
113(1)
Public Life in British America, 1689--1750
114(9)
Colonial Politics
114(2)
The Enlightenment
116(1)
The Great Awakening
117
A Place in Time Mose, Florida 1740
106(14)
Conclusion
120(1)
Chronology, 1660--1750
121(2)
Roads to Revolution, 1750--1776
123(36)
The Triumph of the British Empire, 1750--1763
125(3)
A Fragile Peace, 1750--1754
125(1)
The Seven Years' War in America, 1754--1760
125(2)
The End of French North America, 1760--1763
127(1)
Imperial Revenues and Reorganization, 1760--1766
128(11)
Friction Among Allies, 1760--1763
129(4)
The Writs of Assistance, 1760--1761
133(1)
The Sugar Act, 1764
133(1)
The Stamp Act, 1765
134(1)
Resisting the Stamp Act, 1765--1766
135(2)
The Declaratory Act, 1766
137(1)
Ideology, Religion, and Resistance
137(2)
Resistance Resumes, 1766--1770
139(6)
Opposing the Quartering Act, 1766--1767
139(1)
The Townshend Duties, 1767
140(1)
The Colonists' Reaction, 1767--1769
141(1)
``Wilkes and Liberty,'' 1768--1770
141(1)
Women and Colonial Resistance
142(1)
Customs ``Racketeering,'' 1767--1768
143(2)
The Deepening Crisis, 1770--1774
145(4)
The Boston Massacre, 1770
145(1)
Lord North's Partial Retreat, 1770
146(1)
The Committees of Correspondence, 1772--1773
146(1)
Backcountry Tensions
146(2)
The Tea Act, 1773
148(1)
Toward Independence, 1774--1776
149(10)
Liberty for Black Americans
149(1)
The Coercive Acts
150(1)
The First Continental Congress
151(1)
From Resistance to Rebellion
152(1)
Common Sense
153(1)
Declaring Independence
154
Technology and Culture Public Sanitation in Philadelphia
130(25)
Conclusion
155(1)
Chronology, 1750--1776
156(3)
Securing Independence, Defining Nationhood, 1776--1788
159(36)
The Prospects of War
160(4)
Loyalists and Other British Sympathizers
160(3)
The Opposing Sides
163(1)
George Washington
164(1)
War and Peace, 1776--1783
164(9)
Shifting Fortunes in the North, 1776--1778
164(3)
The War in the West, 1776--1782
167(3)
American Victory in the South, 1778--1781
170(2)
Peace at Last, 1781--1783
172(1)
The Revolution and Social Change
173(5)
Egalitarianism Among White Males
174(1)
A Revolution for Black Americans
175(1)
White Women in Wartime
176(1)
Native Americans and the Revolution
177(1)
Forging New Governments, 1776--1787
178(7)
From Colonies to States
178(2)
Formalizing a Confederation, 1776--1781
180(1)
Finance, Trade, and the Economy, 1781--1786
180(1)
The Confederation and the West, 1785--1787
181(4)
Toward a New Constitution, 1786--1788
185(10)
Shays's Rebellion, 1786--1787
185(1)
The Philadelphia Convention, 1787
186(3)
The Struggle over Ratification, 1787--1788
189
A Place in Time Boonesborough, Kentucky 1778
168(24)
Chronology, 1766--1788
192(1)
Conclusion
192(3)
Launching the New Republic, 1789--1800
195(32)
Constitutional Government Takes Shape, 1789--1796
196(2)
Defining the Presidency
196(1)
National Justice and the Bill of Rights
197(1)
Hamilton and the Formulation of Federalist Policies, 1789--1794
Hamilton and his Objectives
198(1)
Report on the Public Credit, 1790
199(1)
Creating a National Bank, 1790--1791
200(1)
Hamilton's Legacy
201(1)
The Whiskey Rebellion, 1794
202(1)
The United States on the World Stage, 1789--1796
203(7)
Spanish Power in Western North America
203(1)
Challenging American Expansion, 1789--1792
204(2)
France and Factional Politics, 1793
206(2)
Avoiding War, 1793--1796
208(2)
The Emergence of Party Politics, 1793--1800
210(6)
Ideological Confrontation, 1793--1794
210(1)
The Republican Party, 1794--1796
211(1)
The Election of 1796
212(1)
The French Crisis, 1798--1799
213(1)
The Alien and Sedition Acts, 1798
213(2)
The Election of 1800
215(1)
Economic and Social Change
216(11)
Households and Market Production
216(1)
White Women and the Republic
217(4)
Native Americans in the New Republic
221(1)
Redefining the Color Line
222
Technology and Culture Mid-Atlantic Dairy Production in the 1790s
218(6)
Conclusion
224(1)
Chronology, 1789--1800
225(2)
Jeffersonianism and the Era of Good Feelings, 1801--1824
227(28)
The Age of Jefferson
228(7)
Jefferson and Jeffersonianism
228(2)
Jefferson's ``Revolution''
230(1)
Jefferson and the Judiciary
231(1)
The Louisiana Purchase, 1803
232(2)
The Election of 1804
234(1)
The Lewis and Clark Expedition
234(1)
The Gathering Storm
235(8)
Challenges on the Home Front
235(3)
The Suppression of American Trade and Impressment
238(1)
The Embargo Act of 1807
239(1)
James Madison and the Failure of Peaceable Coercion
240(1)
Tecumseh and the Prophet
241(1)
Congress Votes for War
242(1)
The War of 1812
243(4)
On to Canada
245(1)
The British Offensive
245(1)
The Treaty of Ghent, 1814
246(1)
The Hartford Convention
246(1)
The Awakening of American Nationalism
247(8)
Madison's Nationalism and the Era of Good Feelings, 1817--1824
247(1)
John Marshall and the Supreme Court
248(1)
The Missouri Compromise, 1820--1821
249(2)
Foreign Policy Under Monroe
251(1)
The Monroe Doctrine, 1823
252
Technology and Culture Mapping America
236(16)
Conclusion
252(1)
Chronology, 1801--1824
253(2)
The Transformation of American Society, 1815--1840
255(30)
Westward Expansion
256(6)
The Sweep West
256(1)
Western Society and Customs
257(1)
The Far West
258(1)
The Federal Government and the West
259(1)
The Removal of the Indians
259(2)
The Agricultural Boom
261(1)
The Growth of the Market Economy
262(2)
The Risks of the Market Economy
262(1)
Federal Land Policy
262(1)
The Speculator and the Squatter
263(1)
The Panic of 1819
264(1)
The Transportation Revolution: Steamboats, Canals, and Railroads
264(6)
The Growth of the Cities
269(1)
Industrial Beginnings
270(4)
Causes of Industrialization
271(1)
Textile Towns in New England
271(2)
Artisans and Workers in Mid-Atlantic Cities
273(1)
Equality and Inequality
274(3)
Growing Inequality: The Rich and the Poor
274(1)
Free Blacks in the North
275(1)
The ``Middling Classes''
276(1)
The Revolution in Social Relationships
277(8)
The Attack on the Professions
278(1)
The Challenge to Family Authority
278(1)
Wives and Husbands
279(2)
Horizontal Allegiances and the Rise of Voluntary Associations
281
Technology and Culture Building the Erie Canal
266(16)
Conclusion
282(1)
Chronology, 1815--1840
282(3)
Democratic Politics, Religious Revival, and Reform, 1824--1840
285(32)
The Rise of Democratic Politics, 1824--1832
287(7)
Democratic Ferment
287(1)
The Election of 1824
287(1)
John Quincy Adams as President
288(1)
The Rise of Andrew Jackson
288(1)
The Election of 1828
289(1)
Jackson in Office
290(1)
Nullification
291(2)
The Bank Veto and the Election of 1832
293(1)
The Bank Controversy and the Second Party System, 1833--1840
294(5)
The War on the Bank
294(1)
The Rise of Whig Opposition
295(1)
The Election of 1836
296(1)
The Panic of 1837
296(1)
The Search for Solutions
297(1)
The Election of 1840
297(2)
The Second Party System Matures
299(1)
The Rise of Popular Religion
299(4)
The Second Great Awakening
299(1)
Eastern Revivals
300(1)
Critics of Revivals: The Unitarians
301(1)
The Rise of Mormonism
301(2)
The Shakers
303(1)
The Age of Reform
303(14)
The War on Liquor
306(1)
Public School Reform
307(1)
Abolition
308(2)
Women's Rights
310(1)
Penitentiaries and Asylums
311(2)
Utopian Communities
313
A Place in Time The Shaker Village at Alfred, Maine 1845
304(10)
Conclusion
314(1)
Chronology, 1824--1840
314(3)
Technology, Culture, and Everyday Life, 1840--1860
317(28)
Technology and Economic Growth
318(8)
Agricultural Advancement
318(4)
Technology and Industrial Progress
322(1)
The Railroad Boom
322(3)
Rising Prosperity
325(1)
The Quality of Life
326(5)
Dwellings
327(1)
Conveniences and Inconveniences
327(1)
Disease and Health
328(1)
Popular Health Movements
329(1)
Phrenology
330(1)
Democratic Pastimes
331(3)
Newspapers
331(1)
The Theater
332(1)
Minstrel Shows
332(1)
P.T. Barnum
333(1)
The Quest for Nationality in Literature and Art
334(11)
Roots of the American Renaissance
334(1)
Cooper, Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, and Whitman
335(2)
Hawthorne, Melville, and Poe
337(1)
Literature in the Marketplace
338(1)
American Landscape Painting
339
Technology and Culture Guns and Gun Culture
320(22)
Conclusion
342(1)
Chronology, 1840--1860
342(3)
The Old South and Slavery, 1830--1860
345(32)
King Cotton
346(5)
The Lure of Cotton
347(2)
Ties Between the Lower and Upper South
349(1)
The North and South Diverge
349(2)
The Social Groups of the White South
351(5)
Planters and Plantation Mistresses
352(2)
The Small Slaveholders
354(1)
The Yeomen
355(1)
The People of Pine Barrens
355(1)
Social Relations in the White South
356(6)
Conflict and Consensus in the White South
356(1)
Conflict over Slavery
356(1)
The Proslavery Argument
357(1)
Violence in the Old South
358(1)
The Code of Honor and Dueling
359(1)
The Southern Evangelicals and White Values
359(3)
Life Under Slavery
362(7)
The Maturing of the Plantation System
362(1)
Work and Discipline of Plantation Slaves
363(1)
The Slave Family
364(1)
The Longevity, Diet, and Health of Slaves
365(1)
Slaves off Plantations
366(1)
Life on the Margin: Free Blacks in the Old South
366(2)
Slave Resistance
368(1)
The Emergence of African-American Culture
369(8)
The Language of Slaves
370(1)
African-American Religion
370(2)
Black Music and Dance
372
A Place in Time Edgefield District, South Carolina 1860
360(13)
Conclusion
373(1)
Chronology, 1830--1860
374(3)
Immigration, Expansion, and Sectional Conflict, 1840--1848
377(30)
Newcomers and Natives
378(6)
Expectations and Realities
378(2)
The Germans
380(1)
The Irish
381(1)
Anti-Catholicism, Nativism, and Labor Protest
382(1)
Labor Protest and Immigrant Politics
383(1)
The West and Beyond
384(10)
The Far West
385(1)
Far Western Trade
386(1)
The American Settlement of Texas to 1835
386(1)
The Texas Revolution, 1836
387(1)
American Settlements in California, New Mexico, and Oregon
388(1)
The Overland Trails
388(1)
The Politics of Expansion, 1840--1846
389(1)
The Whig Ascendancy
390(1)
Tyler and the Annexation of Texas
390(1)
The Election of 1844
391(1)
Manifest Destiny, 1845
392(1)
Polk and Oregon
393(1)
The Mexican-American War and Its Aftermath, 1846--1848
394(13)
The Origins of the Mexican-American War
395(1)
The Mexican-American War
396(3)
The War's Effects on Sectional Conflict
399(1)
The Wilmot Proviso
399(1)
The Election of 1848
400(1)
The California Gold Rush
401(1)
Technology and Culture The Age of the Clipper Ship
402(2)
Conclusion
404(1)
Chronology, 1840--1848
404(3)
From Compromise to Secession, 1850--1861
407(30)
Compromise of 1850
408(6)
Zachary Taylor at the Helm
409(1)
Henry Clay Proposes a Compromise
409(2)
Assessing the Compromise
411(1)
Enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Act
411(1)
Uncle Tom's Cabin
412(1)
The Election of 1852
413(1)
The Collapse of the Second Party System, 1853--1856
414(7)
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
414(1)
The Surge of Free Soil
415(1)
The Ebbing of Manifest Destiny
416(1)
The Whigs Disintegrate, 1854--1855
417(1)
The Rise and Fall of the Know-Nothings, 1853--1856
417(1)
The Republican Party and the Crisis in Kansas, 1855--1856
418(3)
The Election of 1856
421(1)
The Crisis of the Union, 1857--1860
421(6)
The Lecompton Constitution, 1857
422(1)
The Lincoln-Douglas Debates, 1858
423(2)
The Legacy of Harpers Ferry
425(2)
The South Contemplates Secession
427(1)
The Collapse of the Union, 1860--1861
427(10)
The Election of 1860
428(1)
The Movement for Secession
429(3)
The Search for Compromise
432(1)
The Coming of War
433
A Place in Time Charleston, South Carolina 1860
430(3)
Conclusion
433(1)
Chronology, 1850--1861
434(3)
Crucible of Freedom: Civil War, 1861--1865
437(40)
Mobilizing for War
439(4)
Recruitment and Conscription
439(1)
Financing the War
440(1)
Political Leadership in Wartime
441(2)
Securing the Union's Borders
443(1)
In Battle, 1861--1862
443(9)
Armies, Weapons, and Strategies
443(3)
Stalemate in the East
446(2)
The War in the West
448(1)
The Soldiers' War
449(2)
Ironclads and Cruisers: The Naval War
451(1)
The Diplomatic War
452(1)
Emancipation Transforms the War, 1863
452(8)
From Confiscation to Emancipation
453(1)
Crossing Union Lines
454(1)
Black Soldiers in the Union Army
455(1)
Slavery in Wartime
456(2)
The Turning Point of 1863
458(2)
War and Society, North and South
460(8)
The War's Economic Impact: The North
461(1)
The War's Economic Impact: The South
462(1)
Dealing with Dissent
463(3)
The Medical War
466(1)
The War and Women's Rights
467(1)
The Union Victorious, 1864--1865
468(9)
The Eastern Theater in 1864
469(1)
The Election of 1864
469(1)
Sherman's March Through Georgia
470(1)
Toward Appomattox
471(2)
The Impact of the War
473
Technology and Culture The Camera and the Civil War
464(9)
Conclusion
473(1)
Chronology, 1861--1865
474(3)
The Crises of Reconstruction, 1865--1877
477(34)
Reconstruction Politics, 1865--1868
479(9)
Lincoln's Plan
479(1)
Presidential Reconstruction Under Johnson
480(1)
Congress Versus Johnson
481(1)
The Fourteenth Amendment, 1866
482(1)
Congressional Reconstruction, 1866--1867
483(2)
The Impeachment Crisis, 1867--1868
485(1)
The Fifteenth Amendment and the Question of Woman Suffrage, 1869--1870
486(2)
Reconstruction Governments
488(4)
A New Electorate
488(2)
Republican Rule
490(1)
Counterattacks
490(2)
The Impact of Emancipation
492(8)
Confronting Freedom
492(1)
Black Institutions
493(3)
Land, Labor, and Sharecropping
496(2)
Toward a Crop-Lien Economy
498(2)
New Concerns in the North, 1868--1876
500(4)
Grantism
500(1)
The Liberals' Revolt
501(1)
The Panic of 1873
502(1)
Reconstruction and the Constitution
503(1)
Republicans in Retreat
503(1)
Reconstruction Abandoned, 1876--1877
504(7)
Redeeming the South
504(1)
The Election of 1876
505
A Place in Time Atlanta Reconstructed 1865--1877
494(13)
Conclusion
507(1)
Chronology, 1865--1877
508(3)
The Transformation of the Trans-Mississippi West, 1860--1900
511(32)
Native Americans and the Trans-Mississippi West
513(10)
The Plains Indians
513(1)
The Destruction of Nomadic Indian Life
514(2)
Custer's Last Stand, 1876
516(2)
``Saving'' the Indians
518(1)
The Ghost Dance and the End of the Indian Resistance on the Great Plains, 1890
519(4)
Settling the West
523(6)
The First Transcontinental Railroad
523(1)
Settlers and the Railroad
524(2)
Homesteading on the Great Plains
526(1)
New Farms, New Markets
527(1)
Building a Society and Achieving Statehood
527(2)
The Southwestern Frontier
529(1)
Exploiting the Western Landscape
530(6)
The Mining Frontier
531(2)
Cowboys and the Cattle Frontier
533(2)
Bonanza Farms
535(1)
The Oklahoma Land Rush, 1889
535(1)
The West of Life and Legend
536(7)
The American Adam and the Dime-Novel Hero
536(1)
Revitalizing the Frontier Legend
537(1)
Beginning a Conservation Movement
537
A Place in Time The Phoenix Indian School 1891--1918
520(19)
Conclusion
539(1)
Chronology, 1860--1900
540(3)
The Rise of Industrial America, 1865--1900
543(32)
The Rise of Corporate America
544(13)
The Character of Industrial Change
544(1)
Railroad Innovations
545(1)
Consolidating the Railroad Industry
546(1)
Applying the Lessons of the Railroads to Steel
547(2)
The Trust: Creating New Forms of Corporate Organization
549(2)
The Southern Mill Economy
551(2)
Custom-Made Products
553(1)
Advertising and Marketing
553(4)
Economic Growth: Costs and Benefits
557(1)
The New South
557(3)
Obstacles to Economic Development
558(1)
The New South Creed and Southern Industrialization
558(1)
The Southern Mill Economy
559(1)
The Southern Industrial Lag
560(1)
Factories and the Work Force
560(5)
From Workshop to Factory
560(1)
The Hardships of Industrial Labor
561(1)
Immigrant Labor
562(1)
Women and Work in Industrial America
563(1)
Hard Work and the Gospel of Success
564(1)
Labor Unions and Industrial Conflict
565(10)
Organizing the Workers
566(3)
Strikes and Labor Violence
569(2)
Social Thinkers Probe for Alternatives
571
Technology and Culture Flush Toilets and the Invention of the Nineteenth-Century Bathroom
554(18)
Conclusion
572(1)
Chronology, 1865--1900
572(3)
Immigration, Urbanization, and Everyday Life, 1860--1900
575(34)
Everyday Life in Flux: The New American City
576(7)
Migrants and Immigrants
577(3)
Adjusting to an Urban Society
580(1)
Slums and Ghettos
581(1)
Fashionable Avenues and Suburbs
582(1)
Middle-Class Society and Culture
583(3)
Manners and Morals
583(1)
The Cult of Domesticity
583(1)
Department Stores
584(1)
The Transformation of Higher Education
585(1)
Working-Class Politics and Reform
586(5)
Political Bosses and Machine Politics
587(1)
Battling Poverty
588(1)
New Approaches to Social Work
589(1)
The Moral-Purity Campaign
589(1)
The Social Gospel
590(1)
The Settlement-House Movement
590(1)
Working-Class Leisure in the Immigrant City
591(5)
Streets, Saloons, and Boxing Matches
592(1)
The Rise of Professional Sports
593(2)
Vaudeville, Amusement Parks, and Dance Halls
595(1)
Ragtime
596(1)
Cultures in Conflict
596(13)
Genteel Tradition and Its Critics
597(4)
Modernism in Architecture and Painting
601(1)
From Victorian Lady to New Woman
602(1)
Public Education as an Arena of Class Conflict
603
A Place in Time New Orleans, Louisiana 1890s
598(7)
Conclusion
605(1)
Chronology, 1860--1900
606(3)
Politics and Expansion in an Industrializing Age, 1877--1900
609(32)
Party Politics in an Era of Social and Economic Upheaval, 1877--1884
610(5)
Contested Political Visions
611(1)
Patterns of Party Strengths
612(1)
The Hayes White House: Virtue Restored
613(1)
Regulating the Money Supply
613(1)
The Spoils System
614(1)
Civil-Service Reform Succeeds
614(1)
Politics of Privilege, Politics of Exclusion, 1884--1892
615(9)
1884: Cleveland Victorious
615(1)
Tariffs and Pensions
616(1)
1888: Big Business and the GAR Strike Back
616(1)
The Grange Movement
617(2)
The Alliance Movement
619(2)
African Americans After Reconstruction
621(3)
The 1890s: Politics in a Depression Decade
624(3)
1892: Populists Challenge the Status Quo
624(1)
The Panic of 1893: Capitalism in Crisis
624(1)
The Depression of 1893--1897
625(1)
Business Leaders Hunker Down
626(1)
The Watershed Election of 1896
627(2)
1894: Protest Grows Louder
627(1)
Silver Advocates Capture the Democratic Party
627(1)
1896: Republican Triumphant
628(1)
Expansion Stirrings and War with Spain, 1878--1901
629(12)
Roots of Expansionist Sentiment
630(1)
Pacific Expansion
630(2)
Crisis over Cuba
632(1)
The Spanish-American War, 1898
632(4)
Critics of Empire
636(1)
Guerilla War in the Philippines, 1898--1902
636
Technology and Culture Photoengraving
634(3)
Conclusion
637(1)
Chronology, 1877--1900
638(3)
The Progressive Era, 1900--1917
641(36)
Progressives and Their Ideas
642(4)
The Many Faces of Progressivism
643(1)
Intellectuals Offer New Social Views
644(1)
Novelists, Journalists, and Artists Spotlight Social Problems
645(1)
State and Local Progressivism
646(11)
Reforming the Political Process
646(1)
Regulating Business, Protecting Workers
647(2)
Making Cities More Livable
649(2)
Progressivism and Social Control
651(1)
Moral Control in the Cities
651(1)
Battling Alcohol and Drugs
652(1)
Immigration Restriction and Eugenics
653(2)
Racism and Progressivism
655(2)
Blacks, Women, and Workers Organize
657(5)
African-American Leaders Organize Against Racism
657(1)
Revival of the Woman-Suffrage Movement
657(2)
Enlarging ``Woman's Sphere''
659(1)
Workers Organize; Socialism Advances
660(2)
National Progressivism Phase I: Roosevelt and Taft, 1901--1913
662(8)
Roosevelt's Path to the White House
663(1)
Labor Disputes, Trustbusting, Railroad Regulation
663(1)
Consumer Protection and Racial Issues
664(1)
Environmentalism Progressive Style
664(2)
Taft in the White House, 1909--1913
666(1)
The Four-Way Election of 1912
667(3)
National Progressivism Phase II: Woodrow Wilson (1913--1917)
670(7)
Tariff and Banking Reform
670(2)
Regulating Business: Aiding Workers and Farmers
672(1)
Progressivism and the Constitution
672(1)
1916: Wilson Edges Out Hughes
673
A Place in Time Hetch Hetchy Valley, California 1913
668(5)
Conclusion
673(1)
Chronology, 1900--1917
674(3)
Global Involvements and World War I, 1902--1920
677(34)
Defining America's World Role, 1902--1914
678(5)
The ``Open Door'': Competing for the China Market
679(1)
The Panama Canal: Hardball Diplomacy
680(1)
Roosevelt and Taft Assert U.S. Power in Latin America and Asia
680(2)
Wilson and Latin America
682(1)
War in Europe, 1914--1917
683(3)
The Coming of War
683(1)
The Perils of Neutrality
684(2)
The United States Enters the War
686(1)
Mobilizing at Home, Fighting in France, 1917--1918
686(6)
Raising, Training, and Testing an Army
686(2)
Organizing the Economy for War
688(1)
With the American Expeditionary Force in France
689(2)
Turning the Tide
691(1)
Promoting the War and Suppressing Dissent
692(6)
Advertising the War
692(4)
Wartime Intolerance and Dissent
696(1)
Suppressing Dissent by Law
697(1)
Economic and Social Trends in Wartime America
698(4)
Boom Times in Industry and Agriculture
698(1)
Blacks Migrate Northward
698(1)
Women in Wartime
699(1)
Public Health Crisis: The 1918 Influenza Epidemic
700(1)
The War and Progressivism
701(1)
Joyous Armistice, Bitter Aftermath, 1918--1920
702(9)
Wilson's Fourteen Points; The Armistice
702(1)
The Versailles Peace Conference, 1919
703(1)
The Fight over the League of Nations
704(1)
Racism and Red Scare, 1919--1920
705(2)
The Election of 1920
707
Technology and Culture The Phonograph, Popular Music, and Home-Front Morale in World War I
694(14)
Conclusion
708(1)
Chronology, 1902--1920
708(3)
The 1920s: Coping with Change, 1920--1929
711(32)
A New Economic Order
712(4)
Booming Business, Ailing Agriculture
712(2)
New Modes of Producing, Managing, and Selling
714(1)
Women in the New Economic Era
715(1)
Struggling Labor Unions in a Business Age
716(1)
The Harding and Coolidge Administrations
716(4)
Stand Pat Politics in a Decade of Change
717(1)
Republican Policymaking in a Probusiness Era
717(1)
Independent Internationalism
718(1)
Progressive Stirrings, Democratic Party Divisions
719(1)
Women and Politics in the 1920s: A Dream Deferred
719(1)
Mass Society, Mass Culture
720(6)
Cities, Cars, Consumer Goods
720(2)
Soaring Energy Consumption and a Threatened Environment
722(1)
Mass-Produced Entertainment
723(2)
Celebrity Culture
725(1)
Cultural Ferment and Creativity
726(6)
The Jazz Age and the Postwar Crisis of Values
726(4)
Alienated Writers
730(1)
Architects, Painters, and Musicians Celebrate Modern America
730(2)
Advances in Science and Medicine
732(1)
A Society in Conflict
732(5)
Immigration Restriction
732(1)
Needed Workers/Unwelcome Aliens: Hispanic Newcomers
733(1)
Nativism, Anti-Radicalism, and the Sacco-Vanzetti Case
733(1)
Fundamentalism and the Scopes Trial
733(1)
The Ku Klux Klan and the Garvey Movement
734(2)
Prohibition: Cultures in Conflict
736(1)
Hoover at the Helm
737(6)
The Election of 1928
738(1)
Herbert Hoover's Social Thought
739
A Place in Time Harlem in the Twenties
728(12)
Conclusion
740(1)
Chronology, 1920--1929
740(3)
The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929--1939
743(38)
Crash and Depression, 1929--1932
744(5)
Black Thursday and the Onset of the Depression
744(3)
Hoover's Response
747(1)
Mounting Discontent and Protest
747(2)
The Election of 1932
749(1)
The New Deal Takes Shape, 1933--1935
749(7)
Roosevelt and His Circle
749(2)
The Hundred Days
751(2)
Failures and Controversies Plague the Early New Deal
753(2)
1934--1935: Challenges from Right and Left
755(1)
The New Deal Changes Course, 1935--1936
756(6)
Expanding Federal Relief
756(1)
Aiding Migrants, Supporting Unions, Regulating Business, Taxing the Wealthy
757(1)
The Social Security Act of 1935; End of the Second New Deal
758(1)
The 1936 Roosevelt Landslide and the New Democratic Coalition
758(2)
The Environment, the West, and Indian Policy
760(2)
The New Deal's End Stage, 1937--1939
762(2)
FDR and the Supreme Court
762(1)
The Roosevelt Recession
763(1)
Final Measures; Growing Opposition
763(1)
Social Change and Social Action in the 1930s
764(6)
The Depression's Psychological and Social Impact
764(2)
Industrial Workers Unionize
766(2)
Blacks and Hispanic Americans Resist Racism and Exploitation
768(2)
The American Cultural Scene in the 1930s
770(11)
Avenues of Escape: Radio and the Movies
770(1)
The Later 1930s: Opposing Fascism; Reaffirming Traditional Values
771(4)
Streamlining and a World's Fair: Corporate America's Utopian Vision
775
Technology and Culture Sound, Color, and Animation Come to the Movies
772(5)
Conclusion
777(1)
Chronology, 1929--1939
778(3)
Americans and a World in Crisis, 1933--1945
781(34)
The United States in a Menacing World, 1933--1939
782(4)
Nationalism and the Good Neighbor
782(1)
The Rise of Aggressive States in Europe and Asia
783(1)
The American Mood: No More War
784(1)
The Gathering Storm: 1938--1939
785(1)
America and the Jewish Refugees
785(1)
Into the Storm, 1939--1941
786(3)
The European War
786(1)
From Isolation to Intervention
786(1)
Pearl Harbor and the Coming of War
787(2)
America Mobilizes for War
789(6)
Organizing for Victory
789(1)
The War Economy
790(3)
``A Wizard War''
793(1)
Propaganda and Politics
794(1)
The Battlefront, 1942--1944
795(3)
Liberating Europe
795(2)
War in the Pacific
797(1)
The Grand Alliance
798(1)
War and American Society
798(8)
The GIs' War
798(1)
The Home Front
799(3)
Racism and New Opportunities
802(2)
War and Diversity
804(1)
The Internment of Japanese Americans
805(1)
Triumph and Tragedy, 1945
806(9)
The Yalta Conference
806(1)
Victory in Europe
807(1)
The Holocaust
807(3)
The Atomic Bombs
810
A Place in Time Honolulu, Hawaii 1941--1945
808(4)
Conclusion
812(1)
Chronology, 1933--1945
813(2)
The Cold War Abroad and at Home, 1945--1952
815(28)
The Postwar Political Setting, 1945--1946
816(4)
Demobilization and Reconversion
816(1)
The G.I. Bill of Rights
817(1)
The Economic Boom Begins
818(1)
Truman's Domestic Program
819(1)
Anticommunism and Containment, 1946--1952
820(10)
Polarization and Cold War
820(1)
The Iron Curtain Descends
821(1)
Containing Communism
821(2)
Confrontation in Germany
823(2)
The Cold War in Asia
825(3)
The Korean War, 1950--1953
828(2)
The Truman Administration at Home, 1945--1952
830(4)
The Eightieth Congress 1947--1948
830(1)
The Politics of Civil Rights and the Election of 1948
831(3)
The Fair Deal
834(1)
The Politics of Anticommunism
834(9)
Loyalty and Security
834(1)
The Anticommunist Crusade
835(1)
Alger Hiss and the Rosenbergs
836(2)
McCarthyism
838(1)
The Election of 1952
839
A Place in Time The Atomic West 1942--1952
826(14)
Conclusion
840(1)
Chronology, 1945--1952
840(3)
America at Midcentury, 1952--1960
843(32)
The Eisenhower Presidency
844(6)
``Dynamic Conservatism''
844(1)
The Downfall of Joseph McCarthy
845(3)
Jim Crow in Court
848(1)
The Laws of the Land
849(1)
The Cold War Continues
850(4)
Ike and Dulles
850(1)
CIA Covert Actions
851(1)
The Vietnam Domino
852(1)
Troubles in the Third World
853(1)
The Eisenhower Legacy
853(1)
The Affluent Society
854(6)
The New Industrial Society
854(1)
The Age of Computers
855(1)
The Costs of Bigness
856(2)
Blue-Collar Blues
858(1)
Prosperity and the Suburbs
858(2)
Consensus and Conservatism
860(5)
Togetherness and the Baby Boom
860(1)
Domesticity
861(1)
Religion and Education
862(1)
The Culture of the Fifties
862(1)
The Message of the Medium
863(1)
The TV Culture
864(1)
The Other America
865(4)
Poverty and Urban Blight
865(1)
Blacks' Struggle for Justice
866(1)
Latinos and Latinas
867(2)
Native Americans
869(1)
Seeds of Disquiet
869(6)
Sputnik
869(1)
A Different Beat
870(1)
Portents of Change
871
Technology and Culture The Interstate Highway System
846(26)
Conclusion
872(1)
Chronology, 1946--1960
872(3)
The Liberal Era, 1960--1968
875(30)
The Kennedy Presidency, 1960--1963
876(7)
A New Beginning
877(1)
Kennedy's Domestic Record
878(1)
Cold War Activism
879(1)
To the Brink of Nuclear War
880(1)
The Thousand-Day Presidency
881(2)
Liberalism Ascendant, 1963--1968
883(4)
Johnson Takes Over
883(1)
The 1964 Election
884(1)
Triumphant Liberalism
884(2)
The Warren Court in the Sixties
886(1)
The Struggle for Black Equality, 1961--1968
887(5)
Nonviolence and Violence
887(1)
The African-American Revolution
887(1)
The March on Washington, 1963
888(1)
The Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts
889(1)
Fire in the Streets
890(1)
``Black Power''
891(1)
Voices of Protest
892(6)
Native American Activism
892(1)
Hispanic Americans Organize
893(1)
A Second Feminist Wave
894(1)
Women's Liberation
895(3)
The Liberal Crusade in Vietnam, 1961--1968
898(7)
Kennedy and Vietnam
898(1)
Escalation of the War
899(1)
The Endless War
900(1)
Doves Versus Hawks
900
Technology and Culture The Pill
896(6)
Conclusion
902(1)
Chronology, 1960--1968
902(3)
A Time of Upheaval, 1968--1974
905(30)
The Youth Movement
906(4)
Toward a New Left
906(1)
From Protest to Resistance
907(1)
Kent State-Jackson State
908(1)
Legacy of Student Frenzy
909(1)
The Counterculture
910(3)
Hippies and Drugs
911(1)
Musical Revolution
911(1)
The Sexual Revolution
912(1)
Gay Liberation
913(1)
1968: The Politics of Upheaval
913(6)
The Tet Offensive in Vietnam
913(4)
A Shaken President
917(1)
Assassinations and Turmoil
917(1)
Conservative Resurgence
918(1)
Nixon and World Politics
919(5)
Vietnamization
920(1)
LBJ's War Becomes Nixon's War
921(1)
America's Longest War Ends
921(2)
Detente
923(1)
Shuttle Diplomacy
924(1)
Domestic Problems and Divisions
924(5)
Richard Nixon: Man and Politician
925(1)
The Nixon Presidency
925(1)
A Troubled Economy
926(1)
Law and Order
927(1)
The Southern Strategy
928(1)
The Crisis of the Presidency
929(6)
The Election of 1972
929(1)
The Watergate Upheaval
930(1)
A President Disgraced
931
A Place in Time Haight-Ashbury
914(17)
Conclusion
931(1)
Chronology, 1968--1974
932(3)
Society, Politics, and World Events from Ford to Reagan, 1974--1989
935(30)
The Long Shadow of the 1960s: Cultural Changes and Continuities
937(7)
The Post-1960s Mood: Personal Preoccupations; New Activist Energies
937(1)
The Environmental Movement Gains Support
938(1)
The Women's Movement: Gains and Uncertainties
938(4)
Changing Patterns of Sexual Behavior; the Looming Specter of AIDS
942(1)
Conservative Backlash and Evangelical Renaissance
943(1)
Patterns of Social Change in Post-1960s America
944(3)
Decline of the Family Farm
944(1)
The Two Worlds of Black America
945(1)
Brightening Prospects for Native Americans
946(1)
New Patterns of Immigration
946(1)
Years of Malaise: Post-Watergate Politics and Diplomacy, 1974--1980
947(5)
The Caretaker Presidency of Gerald Ford, 1974--1976
947(1)
The Outsider as Insider: President Jimmy Carter, 1977--1980
948(2)
The Middle East: Peace Accords and Hostages
950(1)
Troubles and Frustration at the End of Carter's Term
951(1)
The Reagan Revolution, 1981--1984
952(6)
Background of the Reagan Revolution
952(1)
Reaganomics
953(1)
Recession and Boom Times
954(2)
Reagan Confronts the ``Evil Empire'' and Crises in the Middle East
956(1)
Military Buildup and Antinuclear Protest
957(1)
Reagan Reelected
958(1)
A Sea of Problems in Reagan's Second Term, 1985--1989
958(7)
Budget Deficits and Trade Gaps
959(1)
The Iran-Contra Affair and Other Scandals
959(1)
Reagan's Mission to Moscow
959(2)
The Dangerous Middle East: Continued Tension and Terrorism
961(1)
Assessing the Reagan Years
961
Technology and Culture The Personal Computer
940(22)
Conclusion
962(1)
Chronology, 1970--1989
963(2)
Beyond the Cold War: Charting a New Course, 1988--1995
965(28)
The Bush Years: Global Resolve, Domestic Drift, 1988--1993
967(6)
The Election of 1988
967(1)
The Cold War Ends
967(2)
Operation Desert Storm
969(1)
Home-Front Discontents: Economic, Racial, and Environmental Problems
970(2)
The Supreme Court Moves Right
972(1)
The Politics of Frustration
973(1)
The Clinton Era I: Debating Domestic Policy, 1993--1997
973(5)
Shaping a Domestic Agenda
974(1)
1994: A Sharp Right Turn
975(2)
Welfare Reform
977(1)
Social and Cultural Trends in 1990s America
978(15)
America in the 1990s: A People in Transition
979(2)
Challenges and Opportunities in a Multiethnic Society
981(2)
Rethinking Citizenship in an Era of Diversity
983(1)
The ``New Economy''
983(4)
Affluence, Conspicuous Consumption, a Search for Heroes
987(1)
Truce in the Culture Wars?
988
A Place in Time Miami, Florida 1990s
984(6)
Conclusion
990(1)
Chronology, 1988--1995
990(3)
New Century, New Challenges, 1996 to the Present
993(1)
The Clinton Era II: Domestic Politics, Scandals, Impeachment, 1996--2000
994(3)
Campaign 1996 and After; The Battle to Regulate Big Tobacco
994(1)
Scandal Grips the White House
995(1)
Impeachment
996(1)
Clinton's Foreign Policy: Defining America's Role in a Post-Cold War World
997(5)
The Balkans, Russia, and Eastern Europe in the Post-Soviet Era
997(1)
Symbolic Gestures in Africa; a Modest Success in Haiti
998(1)
The Middle East: Seeking an Elusive Peace, Combating a Wily Foe
999(1)
Nuclear Proliferation and Terrorism: Confronting Global Security Challenges
1000(1)
A New World Order?
1001(1)
The Economic Boom of the 1990s
1002(3)
Economic Upturn; Surging Stock Market
1002(1)
An Uneven Prosperity
1003(1)
America and the Global Economy
1004(1)
Disputed Election; Conservative Administration, 2000--2002
1005(7)
Election 2000: Bush Versus Gore
1005(1)
Feuding in Florida
1006(1)
The George W. Bush Administration: A Conservative Turn in Domestic Politics
1007(2)
A Go-It-Alone Foreign Policy; Pursuing Missile Defense
1009(3)
Recession Woes; Campaign Finance Battles; Environmental Debates
1012(3)
End of the Economic Boom
1012(1)
The Rocky Path of Campaign Finance Reform
1013(1)
Environmental Issues Persist
1013(2)
September 11 and Beyond
1015
America Under Attack
1015(1)
Battling Terrorist Networks Abroad
1016(2)
Tightening Home-Front Security
1018(1)
Deepening Crisis in the Middle East
1018(2)
Bankruptcies and Scandals in Corporate America
1020(1)
Election 2002
1021(1)
Election 2004
1022
Technology and Culture The Promise and Dilemma of Genetic Research
1010(12)
Conclusion
1022(1)
Chronology, 1996 to the Present
1022
Appendix
993
Documents
1(17)
Declaration of Independence
1(2)
Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union
3(4)
Constitution of the United States of America
7(11)
The American Land
18(1)
Admission of States into the Union
18(1)
Territorial Expansion
18(1)
The American People
19(4)
Population, Percentage Change, and Racial Composition
19(1)
Population Density and Distribution
19(1)
Changing Characteristics of the U.S. Population
20(1)
Immigrants to the U.S.
21(1)
Major Sources of Immigration, 1820--1998
21(1)
The American Worker
22(1)
The American Government
23(7)
Presidential Elections
23(4)
Supreme Court Justices
27(3)
The American Economy
30
Key Economic Indicators
30(1)
Federal Budget Outlays and Debt
31
Additional Bibliography 1(1)
Photograph Credits 1(1)
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