Emma J Lapsansky-Werner; Randy Roberts; Peter B Levy; Alan Taylor
Glossary in English and Spanish.
|描述：||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 29 cm|
|内容：||Connecting with past learnings (beginnings-1900). The Nation's beginnings (prehistory-1824). Declaration of Independence. United States Constitution. Manifest Destiny, Civil War, and Reconstruction (1800-1877). The development of industrial America (1865-1914). Reflections: Little Bighorn --
Emergence of the modern United States (1890-1920). Progressive era (1890-1920). An emerging world power (1890-1917). World War I and beyond (1914-1920). Reflections: the Progressive era --
Prosperity and depression (1919-1941). The twenties (1919-1929). The Great Depression (1928-1932). The New Deal (1932-1941). Reflections: Art in the New Deal --
World War II and postwar America (1931-1960). The coming of war (1931-1942). World War II (1941-1945). The Cold War (1945-1960). Postwar confidence and anxiety (1945-1960). Reflections: Postwar changes --
Challenges and change (1945-1980). The civil rights movement (1945-1975). The Kennedy and Johnson years (1960-1968). The Vietnam War era (1954-1975). An era of protest and change (1960-1980). A crisis in confidence (1968-1980). Reflections: The civil rights struggle --
Changing and enduring issues (1980-today). The Conservative resurgence (1980-1993). Into a new century (1992-today). Reflections: Enduring issues.
|其他题名：||United States history :|
|责任：||Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner [and others].|
Developed to meet the needs of modern United States history courses. This text includes a review unit bridging early American history content before studying modern times. Authors Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner, Peter B. Levy, Randy Roberts, and Pulitzer Prize winner Alan Taylor inspire today's students by presenting our nation's history as a continuing drama. Their focus on enduring American issues help students understand why history matters. As part of their desire to reach out to every teacher in high school U.S. history classrooms, the authors have contributed their own personal insights about the content and teaching of each chapter. --Website.