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Past Forward : Articles from the Journal of American History, Volume 2: from the Civil War to the Present.

Author: James Sabathne; Jason Stacy
Publisher: Cary : Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2016.
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Over the last fifteen years, undergraduate U.S. history courses have made great progress in incorporating primary sources and diverse voices into the survey. However, teachers still struggle to find professional writing by working historians in a format useful to undergraduates. Also, in 2014, the College Board redesigned the AP U.S. History curriculum and assessments to require students to demonstrate a critical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sabathne, James.
Past Forward : Articles from the Journal of American History, Volume 2: from the Civil War to the Present.
Cary : Oxford University Press, Incorporated, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Sabathne; Jason Stacy
ISBN: 9780190660673 0190660678
OCLC Number: 1096521142
Notes: CHAPTER FIFTEEN: Why Mass Incarceration Matters: Rethinking Crisis, Decline, and Transformation in Postwar American History
Description: 1 online resource (321 pages)
Contents: Cover; Past Forward:Articles from theJournal of American History; PAST FORWARD: Acknowledgments; Contents; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER ONE: "A Rare Phenomenon of Philological Vegetation": The Word "Contraband" and the Meanings of Emancipation in the United States; CHAPTER TWO: Rights and the Constitution in Black Life during the Civil Warand Reconstruction; CHAPTER THREE: Producing Poverty: Local Government and the Economic Developmentin a New South County, 1874-1884; CHAPTER FOUR: Feminist Politics in the 1920s: The National Woman's Party CHAPTER FIVE: The Architecture of Race in AmericanImmigration Law: A Reexaminationof the Immigration Act of 1924CHAPTER SIX: Rethinking Paternalism: Power andParochialism in a Southern Mill Village; CHAPTER SEVEN: In the Nation's Image: The Gendered Limits of Social Citizenshipin the Depression Era; CHAPTER EIGHT: "Speaking of Annihilation": Mobilizing for War against Human and Insect Enemies, 1914-1945; CHAPTER NINE: Strategy, Diplomacy, and the Cold War: The United States, Turkey, and NATO, 1945-1952 CHAPTER TEN: Crabgrass-Roots Politics: Race, Rights, and the Reaction against Liberalismin the Urban North, 1940-1964CHAPTER ELEVEN From Hash House to Family Restaurant: The Transformation of the Diner and Post-World War II Consumer Culture; CHAPTER TWELVE: Brown as a Cold War Case; CHAPTER THIRTEEN: The Dialectics of Repression: The LosAngeles Police Department and theChicano Movement, 1968-1971; CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Security against Democracy: The Legacy of the Cold War at Home

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Over the last fifteen years, undergraduate U.S. history courses have made great progress in incorporating primary sources and diverse voices into the survey. However, teachers still struggle to find professional writing by working historians in a format useful to undergraduates. Also, in 2014, the College Board redesigned the AP U.S. History curriculum and assessments to require students to demonstrate a critical approach to historical writing by professional historians. These facts have increased demand among teachers for access to high-quality secondary material by professional historians in.

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