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American history after 1865

Author: Ray Allen Billington; Martin Ridge
Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Littlefield, Adams, 1981.
Series: A Littlefield, Adams quality paperback, 27
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 9th edView all editions and formats
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Essays on educational theory written in the 1800s record the beliefs of many influential figures on the topics of public education and democracy.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Allen Billington; Martin Ridge
ISBN: 0822600277 9780822600275
OCLC Number: 7835572
Description: xii, 368 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: I. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. --
II. The revolution in economics, 1865-1890. --
III. Closing the frontier, 1865-1890. --
IV. Business and politics, 1868-1890. --
V. The assault on laissez faire, 1868-1890. --
VI. The urban impact, 1870-1890. --
VII. The populist era, 1890-1900. --
VIII. America and the world, 1877-1900. --
IX. The progressive period, 1900-1917. --
X. Foreign policy of the progressive period, 1900-1917. --
XI. The United States and World War I, 1917-1920. --
XII. The era of "normalcy," 1920-1932. --
XIII. The New Deal, 1933-1941. --
XIV. Foreign policy of the New Deal, 1933-1941. --
XV. World War II and its aftermath, 1941-1965. --
XVI. America's global mission: climax and decline, 1960-1969. --
XVII. The limits of presidential power: the Nixon-Ford years, 1969-1977. --
XVIII. The Carter years, 1977-1981. --
XIX. Reagan Republicanism, 1981-
Series Title: A Littlefield, Adams quality paperback, 27
Responsibility: by Ray Allen Billington and Martin Ridge.

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Essays on educational theory written in the 1800s record the beliefs of many influential figures on the topics of public education and democracy.

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