Unto a Good Land: A History of the American People, 第 1 卷

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2005年8月4日 - 1215 頁
"Unto a Good Land offers a distinctive narrative history of the American people -- from the first contacts between Europeans and North America's native inhabitants, through the creation of a modern nation, to the standing of the United States as a world power. Written by a team of distinguished historians led by David Edwin Harrell, Jr. and Edwin S. Gaustad, this textbook shows how grasping the uniqueness of the bAmerican experimentb depends on understanding the role of religion as well as social, cultural, political, and economic factors in shaping U.S. history.

A common shortcoming of most United States history textbooks is that while, in recent decades, they have expanded their coverage of social and cultural history, they still tend to shortchange the role of religious ideas, practices, and movements in the American past. "Unto a Good Land addresses this shortcoming in a balanced way. The authors recognize that religion is only one of many factors that have influenced our past -- one, however, that has often been neglected in textbook accounts. This volume gives religion its appropriate place in the story.

"Unprecedented coverage of the forces that have shaped the history of the United States
While none of America's rich history is left out, this volume is the first U.S. history textbook to give serious attention to the religious dimension of American life. This textbook is not a religious history; instead, it offers an account of American history that includes religious ideas, practices, and movements whenever they played a shaping role.

"Comprehensive and current
This volume traces the American story from the earliest encounters between the first North Americaninhabitants and Europeans through the 2004 presidential election. Complete and balanced treatment is also given to issues of gender, race, and ethnicity, as well as cultural, political, and economic forces.

"A clear and compelling narrative
The authors are more than expert historians; they are also talented writers who recognize history to be the retelling of human life. United by a seamless narrative structure, these chapters restore the bstoryb to history.

"Multiple formats specially designed for flexible classroom use
"Unto a Good Land is available as a single hardcover edition or as two paperback volumes, offering maximum flexibility when adapting curriculum for one- and two-semester courses in U.S. history. The two paperback volumes can be used for U.S. history survey courses divided at 1865 or 1900 -- or at any date in between.

"Informative special features to complement the text
In addition to the book's exceptional narrative, an array of special features enhances the instructional value of the text and points students to resources for further study.

"Includes assistance for teaching and test preparation
The instructor's manual for "Unto a Good Land provides helpful suggestions for lesson plans and assignments, and the test bank provides multiple-choice and essay questions for use as study aids, quizzes, or tests.

"Suitable for instruction at both secular and religious colleges and universities
Drawing on their experience in both secular and religious schools, the authors have ensured that this textbook is suitable for U.S. history classes in a wide variety of settings.

 

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THE CITY ENTERS THE NEW CENTURY
654
POINTS OF CONVERGENCE IN THE AMERICAN CITY
655
PostCivil War Thought and Culture
657
NATIONAL CULTURE AND FAITH IN PROGRESS
658
National and Local
659
The Growing Authority of Science and Progress
660
Expertise
664
Pragmatism and Religion
669

Frances First Probes
8
The Renaissance The Reformation
9
European Powers and Perceptions
12
Spains New World Possessions
14
Imperial Government Christian Missions and Slavery
16
FRENCH COLONIZATION
17
Jesuit Missions
18
The Fur Trade
19
New Netherland
21
ENGLAND CATCHES UP The Cabots
22
England on the Sidelines
23
Protestant Crusaders Pirates and Explorers
24
Roanoke
25
A Lost Colony A Saved Nation
28
CONCLUSION A TIME OF TESTING
30
Englands First Foreign Plantations The Chesapeake and New England 16071676
33
Upper Classes
34
Land and Labor
35
Religion and Rhetoric
36
The Virginia Company of London Jamestown
38
The Weed and the Economy
40
Demography and Representative Government
42
Virginia and the Indians
43
Virginia Society
44
Catholicism and the Culverts
46
Slavery and Servitude in the Chesapeake
47
A NEW ENGLAND WAY
50
The Separating Pilgrims
51
The Reforming Puritans
53
Settlement Patterns
54
The Puritan Ideology of New England
55
Dissenters
57
Expansion and Trade
59
Missionary Activity The Pequot War
61
Bacons Rebellion
62
DIFFERENTIATING CULTURES
63
The Empire Torn Restored Enlarged 16401732
65
The Civil War and After
67
Religion Unleashed and Religion Restrained
68
Mercantilism
70
The Carolinas
72
New York and New Jersey
74
Pennsylvania and the Lower Counties
76
James II and the Dominion of New England
81
The Glorious Revolution in America
82
Puritanism Under Pressure
85
King Williams and Queen Annes Wars
88
Outpost of Empire Georgia
91
ESTABLISHING STABILITY AND ORDER
93
From Plantations to Provinces The Evolution of American Society and Culture 16601763
95
COLONIAL SOCIETY
96
PreIndustrial Colonial Economies
97
Colonial Family Life
100
Servants and Slaves
103
Schools and Scholars
107
Literature New Secular and Enduring Spiritual Concerns
110
The Waning of Artistic Provincialism
113
Science and the American Enlightenment
114
Medicine and Law
116
George Whitefield and Jonathan Edwards
119
Religious Realignments
121
Slave Religion
123
Nurseries of Piety
124
GROWTH REVIVAL AND CULTURAL MATURITY
125
SelfGoverning Colonies in a Changing Empire 17001775
127
Politics at Home
128
Politics Abroad
131
THE CONTEST FOR A CONTINENT
133
Safeguarding an Empire France Winning an Empire
134
The Great War for Empire
136
An Aggressive Kingdom
140
A Roused People
145
Religious Imperialism
147
Colonists Convene a Congress
149
BATTLES FOR CONTROL
151
The Struggle for American Independence 17751783
153
On Lexington Green
155
The Road to Concord and Back
156
Toward Independence
157
Loyalists Patriots and Pacifists
160
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
162
Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration
164
FRIENDS AND FOES American Strategy Hit and Run
166
Saratoga and France
168
Defeat Treason Despair
169
Race and the Revolution
171
Native Americans and the West
172
Women and the Revolution
173
Soldiers at the Front Citizens on the Line
174
Science Art and Literature amid the Carnage
175
Moral and Religious Values
177
VICTORY AND PEACE
179
The Road to Yorktown
180
Diplomacy and Peace
184
WAR AND NATIONBUILDING
187
From Confederation to Federal Union 17811788
189
Revising the State Constitutions
191
Revising State Expectations
194
Articles of Confederation
195
Western Lands and the Northwest Ordinance
196
State Government Shayss Rebellion and the Crisis of Confederation
198
Disestablishment and Decline
201
New and Vital Religious Forces
202
A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
203
The Critical Compromises
206
The Final Result
210
The Federalists
211
The AntiFederalists
213
The State Conventions and the People
214
The Bill of Rights
216
A NEW REPUBLIC
219
First Presidents and Crucial Precedents 17891809
221
The Executive Washington and His Cabinet
222
Millennialism and the Republic
224
Washington and Congress
225
The Judiciary and the Supreme Court
226
Alexander Hamilton and Economic Structures
227
Foreign Affairs and Bitter Final Days
230
The Party Spirit
234
The Contest 01796
236
War with France?
237
Adams and the Ordeal of Liberty
238
Defeat and Disillusionment
239
THE REVOLUTION OF 1800 AND A JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLIC
240
The Election and Jeffersons First Inaugural
241
John Marshall Leads the Supreme Court
244
Economics and Politics at Home
245
The Louisiana Purchase and the West
247
To the Shores of Tripoli and Beyond
250
Art and Architecture
252
Education and Science
253
Gender and Race
254
Reason and Religion
256
BUILDING AND NURTURING THE NEW NATION
257
Nationalism Capitalism Sectionalism and Religion in the Early Republic
259
FROM THE WAR OF 1812 TO THE MONROE DOCTRINE Peaceful Coercion Fails
260
Indian Resistance to White Expansion
261
Mr Madisons War
263
The Failed Invasions of Canada
265
The Naval War
266
The Shifting Fortunes of War
268
Making Peace and Winning a Victory
270
The End of the Federalists
272
John Quincy Adamss Continental Diplomacy
273
The Monroe Doctrine
275
THE MARKET ECONOMY AND THE MARSHALL COURT
276
The Emergence of a Capitalist National Economy
277
The American System
278
John Marshall and National Supremacy
279
New Technologies and the Transportation Revolution
280
A Fire Bell in the Night
285
The Panic of 1819
287
THE EVANGELICAL RESURGENCE
288
Northern Protestantism Responds to Challenges
289
The Great Revival in the South
290
OPTIMISM AND CHALLENGES
293
The Modernizing North
295
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
296
Traditional Production
297
Emergence of a New Industrial System
299
The Factory System Evolves
300
The American System
301
IMMIGRATION
303
The Immigrants
304
URBANIZATION
305
Urban Growth
306
Urban Life
308
From Artisans to Workers
309
RELIGIOUS REVIVALISM AND SOCIAL REFORM
310
The Democratization of Christianity
311
Charles G Finney and Modern Revivalism
312
Religion and Reform
313
Catholic Revivalism
314
An Age of Reform
315
Temperance
316
Horace Mann and the Educational Crusade
317
A Smorgasbord of Reforms
319
The Colonization Movement
320
The New Antislavery Movement
322
The Radical Abolitionists
324
The Womens Movement
325
The Cult of True Womanhood
326
ARTS LETTERS AND UTOPIAS
327
The New England Renaissance
329
Popular Culture
330
Utopianism
331
DRAMATIC SHIFTS AND UNPRECEDENTED CHANGES
335
The Old South
337
Rise of King Cotton
338
Plain Folk and Planters
342
Daily Life in the Old South
345
Towns and Industry
346
White Women in the Old South
348
Religion as an Institution
349
Religion and Slavery
350
Diversity within Slavery
351
Life and Labor
353
Urban and Industrial Slavery
355
Free Blacks
357
Slave Family Life
359
Housing Food and Health Care
361
Discipline
363
SLAVE CULTURE
364
Africa Forgotten and Reclaimed
365
Black Christianity
366
Slave Rebellion
369
THE STARK ANOMALY OF SLAVERY
371
The Coming of Democratic Politics Andrew Jackson and the Second Party System 18241844
373
THE DEMOCRATIZATION OF AMERICAN POLITICS
374
The End of the Virginia Dynasty
375
President John Quincy Adams
377
Martin Van Buren and the Rise of the Political Party
378
The Election of Andrew Jackson
379
THE JACKSON ADMINISTRATION
380
The Spoils System and the New Presidency
381
Jacksons Indian Policy
382
Nullification
386
The Second BUS and the Nations Banking System
391
Jackson Takes on the BUS
392
The Panic 01837
395
Traditional Political Opposition to Jackson
396
AntiMasonry
399
Sabbatarianism
400
The AntiSabbatarianism Backlash
402
Ethnic and Cultural Origins of the Whig Party
404
EMERGING SECTIONALISM
407
Territorial Expansion Manifest Destiny and the Mexican War CONTROVERSIES WITH CANADA
409
The Caroline Incident
410
The WebsterAshburton Treaty
411
TEXAS Spanish Texas Stephen F Austin and Anglo Settlement in Texas
412
The Texas Revolution
414
The Texas Nation
415
The Failed Attempt to Annex Texas
416
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA Spanish California
417
The Fur Trade and Mountain Men
418
The Santa Fe Trail
419
Early Settlement of the Oregon Territory
420
Oregon Fever and the Oregon Trail
423
Victory of a Dark Horse Candidate
425
MANIFEST DESTINY The All of Oregon Movement
426
Folks Campaign for Oregon
427
Polk Maneuvers for California
429
Mr Polks War
430
Military Success in Mexico
431
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
433
Joseph Smith and the Origins ofMormonism
434
Opposition to the Mormons
435
The MormonsDeseret Empire
436
The Mormon War
437
California and the Gold Rush
438
NEWS FROM THE SOUTH
440
Sectionalism and Slaverys Dark Cloud The Coming of the Civil War 18461861
441
Slavery in the Territories
442
From the California Gold Rush to the Uneasy Compromise of 1850
445
Uncle Toms Cabin
447
The Collapse of the Whig Party
448
The Storm Over Fugitive Slaves
449
Douglass KansasNebraska Bill
451
AntiCatholicism and the KnowNothings
453
The Rise of the Republican Party
455
Bleeding Kansas
456
The Ominous Election 01856
459
The Dred Scott Decision
461
National Divisions Widen
462
Lincoln and Douglas Debate
465
John Browns Raid
466
The Fateful Election of 1860
468
Lincoln and the Secession Crisis
472
OUTBREAK OF WAR AT FORT SUMTER
475
This Mighty Scourge The Civil War Years
477
The NorthSouth Balance Sheet
478
Raising Armies
480
The First Battles
481
Slavery and the War
486
The Emancipation Proclamation
487
Turning the Tide
489
The Diplomatic and Naval War
492
Wartime Social Strains
493
The Grapes of Wrath Faith in Battle
498
Grants New Strategy
500
Bringing the War Home to the South
502
The Last Days of Southern Slavery
503
The War Ends
504
THE MEANING OF THE CIVIL WAR
507
Reconstruction and the New South
511
WARTIME RECONSTRUCTION
512
The Thirteenth Amendment
514
Andrew Johnson and Restoration
515
A Defiant South
516
The First Congressional Reconstruction Plan
518
The Fourteenth Amendment
520
The Impeachment of Johnson
522
The Fifteenth Amendment
523
The Supreme Court and Reconstruction
524
Forming Reconstruction Governments in the South
525
The New Southern Electorate
527
Republican Governments in Action
528
White Violence
530
The Disputed Election 01876
532
Democratic Governments in a RedeemedSouth
534
The Populist Challenge and the End of Black Voting
535
THE RISE OF JIM CROW
537
BLACK EXERTIONS FOR FREEDOM
538
The School
541
Booker T Washington and SelfHelp
542
Land and Labor
543
THE NEW SOUTH PROMISE
545
THE SOUTH AT CENTURYS END
547
Remaking the TransMississippi Wests
549
Diverse Ways of Life in the Southwest and Northwest
550
Hunting Buffalo on the Great Plains
551
Tribal Beliefs Relations and Practices
552
Challenges of White Settlement
553
Total War
554
Negotiations and Reservations
555
The Great Sioux War
557
Devastation of the Buffalo Herds
559
ATTEMPTS AT ASSIMILATION Partnership of Church and State
560
A ThreePronged Approach Education Suppression and Allotment
561
Long Overland Journeys
565
The Rise of the Railroads
566
Settlers from Overseas and Eastern States
567
MINING THE WEST
568
Dreams of Gold
569
Booming Towns and States
570
Boom and Bust Economies
571
Establishing Law and Order
572
Driving Cattle tSJo Market
573
Cowboy Culture
574
Fences and Water Rights
575
Natural Changes and Challenges
576
FARMING THE WEST
577
Free Land Harsh Conditions
578
The Rise of Agribusiness
579
Challenges of Settling Down
581
Immigrant Settlements and Americanization
582
THE WESTS OF IMAGINATION
583
PROFITS AND PROGRESS
584
The New Industrial Order
587
POSTCIVIL WAR NATIONAL ECONOMIC EXPECTATIONS
588
THE RAILROADS
589
Building an Integrated Railway System
591
Government Aid to Railroad Construction
592
Travel by Train
593
Managerial Control
595
Information and Management
596
Business Education
597
Taylorism and Scientific Management
598
THOMAS EDISON AND INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
600
Andrew Carnegie and Big Steel
603
Vertical and Horizontal Integration
605
Competition and Combination
607
Competition and Government Regulation
609
The Bankers Step In
611
ORGANIZED LABOR
612
WorkingClass Protests and Strikes
614
National Unions
617
NEW DIVIDES
619
The Modern Industrial City 18501900 PEOPLING THE MODERN CITY
621
Urban Growth
622
THE NEW IMMIGRATION
624
The Golden Door
625
Restrictions on Immigration
627
Immigrant Employment and Destinations
628
Immigrant Religion
630
Community and Identity
631
Becoming American in the Immigrant City
632
THE NEW FACE OF THE CITY
633
The Development of Mass Transportation
634
The Skyscraper
635
Urban Lifestyles
638
Slums
641
City Machine Politics
644
Early Efforts at Reform
647
The Social Gospel
650
The Settlement House
653
Rural and SmallTown North
670
Negotiating Change in the Rural North
674
The Distinctive South
677
DIVERGENT SUBCULTURES
678
Immigrants Encounter the New World
679
Workers Respond to Industrial Progress
682
Radical Visions of Progress
686
Radical Critiques of Progress
688
VOICING ALTERNATIVES
691
The Politics of the Gilded Age
693
A Delicate Balance of Power Muted Differences
694
Political Culture
696
Lingering Effects of the Civil War
697
The Spectacle of Campaigns
698
Womens Influence
700
REINING IN THE SPOILSMEN
702
Newspapers and Reform
703
Impetus for Reform
704
THE PRESIDENCY AND CONGRESS REMADE
706
THE MONEY QUESTION
710
THE DEPRESSION OF 1893 AND THE GOLD STANDARD
711
Farmers Come Together
715
Populist Themes
717
THE CROSS OF GOLD AND THE ELECTION OF 1896
718
THE END OF THE OLD AND THE RISE OF THE NEW
721
Innocents Abroad Expansion and Empire 18651900
723
LIMITS ON EXPANSIONISM AND EMPIRE
724
FORCES FOR EXPANSION AND INTEREST OVERSEAS
726
SECURING NORTH AMERICA
729
LATIN AMERICAN RELATIONS
730
PanAmericanism
731
Rattling Sabers at the British
732
ISLAND HOPPING IN THE PACIFIC
733
AN OPEN DOOR TO CHINA
736
THE CUBAN CRISIS
738
A SPLENDID LITTLE WAR
740
THE GREAT DEBATE OVER IMPERIALISM
742
Annexation?
743
CONCLUSION AMERICA AND THE WORLD IN 1900
746
In Search of Efficiency The Values and Ideology of Progressivism 19001917
749
THE PROMISE OF A NEW CENTURY
750
Prosperity and Industrial Concentration
751
Advertising the Nations Success
753
The Mass Pursuit of the Good Life
755
Diluting the WASP Consensus
759
Sectional Variations on the American Theme
762
African Americans the Invisible Americans
764
Women Americans Who Would Be Heard
766
A Christian People
767
Catholics
768
Religion from the Bottom Up
769
The Growth of Professionalism
770
Labor Gains and Labor Radicalism
771
FROM PROVIDENCE TO PROGRESS
773
Muckrakers
774
of the American University
775
Progressive Education
776
A Theoretical Base for Progressivism
778
The Heyday of American Socialism
779
of American Protestantism
780
PROGRESS AND PROGRESSIVISM
783
Progressivism in American Politics 1901 to World War I
785
The Urban Social Justice Movement
786
Saving the WASP Empire
788
Reorganizing American Cities
790
Progressivism in the States
791
Electoral Reform Democratic and Undemocratic
792
States Provide Models for Progressive Legislation
793
Theodore Roosevelt Takes Center Stage
794
The Extension of Regulation and Trustbusting
796
Political Victory and the Square Deal
798
A Beginningor Conservation
800
Roosevelt Picks His Successor
802
Taft Alienates the Progressives
803
The Election 01912
806
The Scholar President
808
Congress Backs the President
809
Expanding the New Freedom
811
THE LEGACY OF POLITICAL PROGRESSIVISM
813
A Sense of Mission The United States in World Affairs 19001920
815
ROOSEVELT TAFT AND THE WORLD
816
Missions Lead the Way Abroad
817
Roosevelt and the Expansion of American Influence
818
Peacemaking in the Pacific
819
Wielding a Big Stick in Latin America
821
Tofts Dollar Diplomacy
824
The Flowering of the American Peace Movement
825
Wilson and the Mexican Revolution
826
Keeping Us Out of War
828
The Election 01916
831
Germanys Fateful Decision and Wilsons Troubled Choice
832
The Call to Arms
834
The American Expeditionary Force Contributes
836
Organizing the Nation for War
838
Rallying around the Flag
840
Patriotism and Repression
842
FROM VICTORY TO DISILLUSIONMENT
843
From the Fourteen Points to the Peace of Paris
844
America Rejects the Treaty of Versailles
847
A Troubled Society
848
The Red Scare
850
THE UNITED STATES BECOMES A WORLD POWER
851
An Exhilarating Decade American Life in the 1920S
853
Welfare Capitalism and the Decline of Unionism
855
The Consumer Boom Gathers Steam
856
Americans on the Road and in the Air
857
A Leisure Society
860
The New Science
863
The Literature of Revolt
864
The New Morality and the New Woman
865
The New Negro
866
Religious Diversity and Confrontation
868
Nativist Fears and Immigration Restrictions
872
The Case against Foreigners
873
The Failure of Prohibition
874
HIGH REPUBLICAN POLITICS The Election of 1920
876
Harding and the Return to Normalcy
877
Calvin Coolidge Rides the Boom
880
The Coolidge Boom
881
The Election 01928
882
The Great Engineer at the Wheel
883
Boom and Bust in the Stock Market
884
A DECADE OF PROSPERITY AND SELFANALYSIS
885
The Great Depression and the New Deal
887
The Great Depression and Its Causes
888
Hoovers Considered Response to a Worsening Collapse
889
Democrats and Republicans Attempt Reform
891
The Election of 1932
892
The Interregnum the Depressions Darkest Hour
894
The Roosevelt Persona
895
The Hundred Days
898
Roosevelt and the Moneychangers
899
Relief and Public Works
901
Conservation and Regional Planning
902
The Beginning of Agricultural Subsidies
904
The Blue Eagle Soars and Falters
906
Completing the First New Deal THE SECOND NEW DEAL AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE WELFARE STATE 19351936
907
A Democratic Sweep in 1934
908
Radical Alternatives
909
Extending Relief and Hoping for Recovery
911
Agriculture and the Second New Deal
912
Social Security and the WealthTax Act
913
THE LIMITS OF REFORM The Democratic Sweep 01936
915
A Faltering Recovery and Labor Unrest
916
The CourtPacking Fight
918
The Primaries Purge of 1938
919
CONCLUSION THE DEPRESSION AND THE POLITICAL TRANSFORMATION OF AMERICA
920
Depression Decade
923
DEPRESSION MOODS
924
A People Beset
925
Family Strains and Future Hopes
926
Extremist Echoes in Depression Thought
928
The Red Romance
929
The Great Education Debate
931
Religion Retreats from Reform
934
ETHNICITY CLASS AND RELIGION IN THE DEPRESSION DECADE
935
Decentralizing Tendencies in Unions and Churches
936
Gains and Setbacks for Women
938
Patterns of Discrimination
939
Expanding Regional Sensibilities
943
Depression Literature Suffering Endurance Patriotism
944
Art and Architecture Turn Serious
947
Radio Unites the Nation
948
Movies Come of Age
950
Life Goes On
951
THE DEPRESSION LEGACY
953
The Dilemmas of Power America and the World 19211945
955
Internationalism and Its Limits in the 19208
956
Assertiveness in Latin America
957
TENSIONS WITH JAPAN AND RUSSIA
958
THE LONG SHADOWS OF WAR
959
The Rise of the Axis Powers
960
Appeasement and Isolationism
961
The Outbreak of War in Europe 19381939
963
to European War 19391941
964
Toward Belligerency
966
Pearl Harbor
968
Forging Allied Strategy
969
Turning the Pacific Tide
971
Mobilizing the Arsenal of Democracy
972
The Return of Prosperity and the Wartime Consumer
974
Wartime Roots of the Civil Rights Movement
975
Other Outsiders
976
The Japanese Internment
977
Dr WintheWar and the 1944 Election
978
Wartime Diplomacy
979
Liberating Western Europe
980
Ending of the War in the Pacific
982
The Manhattan Project and the Beginning of the Nuclear Age
983
The GIs War
984
Creating a New International Order
985
Constructing the United Nations and an International Framework
987
A NATION TRANSFORMED BY WAR
988
In the Shadow of the Bomb The Cold War in the Truman Years
989
Harry S Truman
990
Reconversion and the Baby Boom
991
Prices Wages and Strikes
992
Toward the Good Life
993
To Secure These Rights
994
THE COLD WAR BEGINS
995
Planning for National Security
996
The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan
997
Strategies for the Cold War
999
Containment Takes Shape
1000
Reviving Western Germany and the Berlin Blockade
1001
THE FAIR DEAL AND A GLOBAL COLD WAR Trumans Stunning Victory
1002
EverColder War
1004
NATO and the Building of the Western Alliance
1005
The Soviet Atom Bomb and the demobilization of the American Military
1006
Cold War in Asia
1007
The Korean War
1009
Espionage and Security
1011
The Politics and Religion of AntiCommunism
1013
McCarthyism
1015
AN ANXIOUS AGE
1017
Containment Contentment Discontent Eisenhower Republicanism and the Fifties
1019
The Election 01952
1020
An American Hero
1021
The Interstate Highway System
1023
The Election 01956
1024
Patterns of Inequality
1025
Judicial Action and Southern Resistance
1026
New Strategies and New Leaders
1028
THE EISENHOWER STRATEGY OF CONTAINMENT John Foster Dulles Moralist and Pragmatist
1029
Nationalism and Marxism in the Third World
1030
The New Look for Defense
1031
America and the Third World
1032
The Missile Gap
1034
The Cold War Warms and Thaws
1035
Affluent America
1036
The Flowering of American Education
1038
Fifties Families
1039
Cars and Subdivisions Alter the Landscape
1040
Consumer Goods and Entertainment
1041
Art and Literature Popular and Critical
1042
Serious Popular and Rock nRoll The Religious Boom
1044
Religious Superstars and Media Religion
1046
Consensus Conformity and Criticism
1048
CONSERVATISM CONSENSUS AND CONSCIENCE
1049
Climax of Liberalism in the Sixties and Seventies
1051
The Flowering of Postwar Liberalism
1052
The Accelerating Civil Rights Revolution
1053
The Black Pride Movement and the Rise of Black Militancy
1056
The New Womens Movement
1058
The Rising Hispanic Consciousness
1060
Native Americans Assert Their Rights
1062
THE NEW LEFT AND THE COUNTERCULTURE
1063
Revolt on Campus
1064
Hippies and the Counterculture
1066
From Folk to Rock
1067
Environmentalism
1068
CONSERVATISM AND MAINSTREAM AMERICAN CULTURE IN THE SIXTIES AND SEVENTIES
1069
The Postwar Conservative Intelligentsia
1070
Backlash against Social Change and Disruption
1071
Crime and Education
1072
The Changing Face of American Catholicism
1073
New Religious Movements
1074
and the Rise of the Religious Right
1075
Television Movies and Popular Music
1076
The Arts and Literature
1078
COMING APART AND HOLDING TOGETHER
1079
The Liberal Hour Politics in the Sixties
1081
AND THE NEW FRONTIER The Election 01960
1082
The Kennedy Mystique
1083
The New Frontier at Home
1085
Kennedy and Civil Rights
1086
THE KENNEDY FOREIGN POLICY Cold War Legacy The Bay of Pigs
1088
Kennedy and Khrushchev
1089
The Cuban Missile Crisis
1090
Growing Crisis in Vietnam
1091
Assassination and Legacy
1092
A Rage for Reform The Political Character of Lyndon Johnson
1093
Johnson Takes Charge
1094
The Election of 1964
1096
Constructing the Great Society
1097
Johnson Presses Civil Rights
1099
The Johnson Domestic Legacy
1100
The Vietnam Quagmire
1101
Gulf of Tonkin and the Expansion of the War
1102
The United States at War
1103
Growing Dissent at Home
1104
The Wages of Globalism Latin America the Middle East and Detente
1105
Tet and the Devolution of the Johnson Administration
1106
More Assassinations
1107
The Political Reincarnation of Richard Nixon
1108
CONCLUSION THE LEGACY OF SIXTIES LIBERALISM
1109
A Nation Beset Politics from Nixon to Reagan
1111
The Political Persona of Richard Nixon
1112
The Southern Strategy and the Building of Modern Republicanism
1113
The War on Crime and Radicalism
1114
Opening the Debate on Welfare and the Family Assistance Program
1115
Seeking a Balance on the Environment
1116
Stagflation and the Decline of the American Economy
1117
NIXON KISSINGER AND REALPOLITIK Nixon and Kissinger
1118
Peace with Honor in Vietnam
1119
Arms Control Stalemate
1120
Cambodia and Kent State
1121
the Deterioration of Public Support To the Brink of Peace Openings to Beijing and Moscow
1123
The Election 01972
1124
Exiting the Quagmire
1125
The Yom Kippur War
1126
The Unraveling of the Presidency
1127
AMERICA ON HOLD
1129
The Presidency of Gerald R Ford
1130
The Election 01976
1131
Discovering Jimmy Carter
1132
and Carters Domestic Agenda
1133
The Carter Foreign Policy Human Rights and Open Diplomacy
1134
The United States and the Developing Nations
1135
Breakthrough and Hostages
1137
The Election of 1980
1138
A NATION BESET
1140
A Turn to the Right The Reagan and First Bush Presidencies
1141
AMERICAN POLITICS TURNS TO THE RIGHT
1142
Constructing a Republican Coalition
1143
The Reagan Administration
1144
Economic Resurgence
1145
Cutting Government
1146
Terrorism
1147
Grenada A Protracted Mess Iran Nicaragua and IranContra
1148
Reagan Gorbachev and Perestroika
1149
FOUR MORE YEARS
1150
Deregulation and the Downsizing of American Business
1151
Employment Patterns and Labor Organization
1152
THE BUSH YEARS The Election of 1988
1153
Holding the Line on the Home Front
1154
The Clarence Thomas Confirmation Fight
1156
The End of the Cold War
1157
Policing the Caribbean
1159
The Gulf War
1160
Desert Storm
1161
The Challenge of Pluralism Diversity and Multiculturalism The American Salad Bowl
1162
The Election of 1992
1164
AMERICAN CONFIDENCE AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER
1165
The Politics of Equilibrium The Clinton and Bush Presidencies
1167
TOWARD A CENTRIST POLICY
1168
The Clinton Presidency Begins A Step to the Left
1169
Healthcare Reform
1170
Continuing National Trauma Over Abortion
1171
Environmentalism
1172
The Economic Boom of the Clinton Years
1173
Clinton Occupies the Center
1174
Crime Drugs Guns and Violence
1175
The Election 01996
1176
The Clinton Scandals
1177
Soaring Economy Budget Surpluses and PostScandal Politics
1179
Peacekeeping and Nation Building
1180
The Clinton Legacy PEAKS AND VALLEYS IN THE PRESIDENCY OF GEORGE W BUSH The Election 02000
1182
George W Bush Takes the Helm
1184
The War on Terrorism
1185
Afghanistan
1187
Operation Iraqi Freedom
1188
Assessing the Bush Foreign Policy
1189
Simmering Domestic Agendas Republicans Gain Momentum The Elections 02002 and 2004
1191
A Second Term Spending His Capital
1193
A DELICATE BALANCE
1194
American Society in the New Millennium A Culture War a Stable Center
1195
Patterns of Growth and Mobility
1196
Persisting Patterns of Poverty
1199
Hope and Alienation for African Americans
1200
Grading Public Education
1202
Sexual Patterns and Sexual Politics
1203
ECONOMIC SURGE AND RETREAT
1205
The Economic Surge of the 19905
1206
The Economic Slowdown and Recovery
1207
Science Computers the Internet and the Future
1208
Literature the Arts and Popular Culture
1209
Values Habits and the American Way of Life
1210
Roman Catholicism Moves Right
1211
New Religious Outsiders
1213
Resurgent Evangelicalism
1214
UNTO A GOOD LAND THE ENDURING AMERICAN VISION
1215
Appendix
A-1
Credits
A-17
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