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Documents to accompany America's history. / Volume 2, Since 1865, sixth edition, by James A. Henretta, David Brody, Lynn Dumenil

Author: Kevin J Fernlund; James A Henretta
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : English
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Designed to accompany America's History, Sixth Edition, this primary-source reader offers [nearly two hundred pieces of evidence] from the past.... Speeches, petitions, advertisements ... paint a vivid picture of the social and political life of the time, providing depth and breadth to the textbook discussion. Brief introductions set each document in context, while questions for analysis help link the individual  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin J Fernlund; James A Henretta
OCLC Number: 141193374
Notes: Originally published: Boston, MA : Bedford/St. Martin's, c2008.
Designed to accompany: America's history, 6th ed., by James A. Henretta, David Brody, Lynn Dumenil. c2008.
Also published: Vol. 1, To 1877.
Volume 1 concludes with Chapter 15, Reconstruction, 1865-1877.
Description: Sound disc : digital, mono, ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Reconstruction 1865-1877, Report on conditions in the South (1865) / Carl Schurz, The Fourteenth Amendment and Woman Suffrage (1873, 1875, President Grant refuses to aid Republicans in Mississippi (1875) --
Maturing industrial society, 1877-1914: American West, Custer's Last Stand / Helena Daily Herald (July 4, 1876), on Chinese immigration (1876, 1882); Capital and labor in the age of enterprise, 1877-1900, On the origin of the Land-Grant College Act (c. 1874), On child labor (1877), On agrarian discontent, 1887; Industrial city, building it, living in it, Calvert Vaux, Central Park (1858) / Frederick Law Olmsted, Conspicuous consumption (1899) / Thorstein Veblen, How the other half lives (1890) / Jacob Riis; Politics in the age of enterprise, 1877-1896, The American Commonwealth (1888) / James Bryce, Republican and Democratic state platforms on the Bennett English-Language School Law (Wisconsin, 1890) and the Liquor Question (Iowa, 1889), The 1890 Mississippi Constitution, Democrat and Republican national platforms on the Currency, the Tariff, and Federal Elections (1892); Progressive era, My pedagogic creed (1897) / John Dewey, The struggle for Social Justice (1912) / Theodore Roosevelt; Emerging world power, 1877- 1914, The American system (1881) / James G. Blaine, The march of the flag (1898) / Albert J. Beveridge, On prayer and the Philippines (1899) / William McKinley; Modern state and society, 1914-1945: War and the American state, 1914-1920, Don't rock the boat (1915), The War Industries Board (1917-1918) / Bernard M. Baruch, Fourteen points (1918) / Woodrow Wilson, Modern times 1920-1932, American individualism (1922) / Herbert Hoover, The man nobody knows (1925), Klu Klux Klan (1924), Herbert Hoover's plan (1931); Redefining Liberalism, The New Deal, 1933-1939, First Inaugural Address (1933) / Franklin D. Roosevelt, Dissenting opinion, United States v. Butler (1936) / Harlan F. Stone, The State's responsibility for Fair Working Conditions (1933) / Eleanor Roosevelt, World at war, 1939-1945, The profits of war and preparedness (1934) / Gerald P. Nye, Billion-dollar watchdog (1943), Remembering the war years on the home front (1984), Street fighting (1944) / Ernie Pyle --
Age of Cold War Liberalism, 1945-1980: Cold War America, 1945-1960, Telegram, a Soviet view of U. S. Foreign Policy (1946) / Nikolai Novikov, The American West, America's answer to Russia (1950) / Lyndon B. Johnson, peaceful coexistence (1956) / Nikita Krushchev; Age of affluence, 1945-1960, The interstate highway system (1955) / George M. Humphrey, Green Acres (1950), North from Mexico (1949) / Carey McWilliams; Liberal consensus, flaming out, 1960-1968, The television debates (1960) / Theodore H. White, Acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention (1964) / Barry Goldwater, Gulf of Tonkin resolution (1964), Malcolm X and Yusef Iman, Black Nationalism (1964), Desert solitaire, a season in the wilderness (1968) / Edward Abbey, 1970s, toward a conservative America, Conversation with President Nixon / Dan Rather, Statement in support of the Equal Rights Amendment (1970) / Gloria Steinem, Gallup Polls, national problems, 1950-1999, The national crisis of confidence (1979) / Jimmy Carter --
Entering a new era, conservatism, globalization, terrorism, 1980-2006: Reagan revolution and the end of the Cold War, 1980-2001, Remarks at the annual convention of the National Association of Evangelicals (1983) / Ronald Reagan, For the record (1988) / Donald T. Regan, The end of history (1989) / Francis Fukuyama, Contract with America (1994); Dynamic economy, a divided people, 1980-2000, Wealth and poverty (1981) / George Gilder, Friction-free Capitalism (1995) / Bill Gates, Don't Ask, Don't Tell (1993); Into the Twenty-First Century, Bush v. Gore (2000), Bush on Iraq (2002), Report on catastrophic hurricane evacuation plan evaluation (2006).
Responsibility: Kevin J. Fernlund.

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Designed to accompany America's History, Sixth Edition, this primary-source reader offers [nearly two hundred pieces of evidence] from the past.... Speeches, petitions, advertisements ... paint a vivid picture of the social and political life of the time, providing depth and breadth to the textbook discussion. Brief introductions set each document in context, while questions for analysis help link the individual source to larger historical themes. -Back cover.

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