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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
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Kevin J Fernlund; James A Henretta
|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.|