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    Let's Review U. S. History and Government

    ISBN-10: 1438000189
    ISBN-13: 9781438000183
    Author(s): John McGeehan, Morris Gall
    Description: This updated edition reviews American history in its totality, starting with the Colonial era and concluding with recent significant events through the Obama administration's first term. The book presents:Summaries of key topics with maps, charts,  More...
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    Edition: 5th
    Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 768
    Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
    Weight: 1.518
    Language: English

    This updated edition reviews American history in its totality, starting with the Colonial era and concluding with recent significant events through the Obama administration's first term. The book presents:Summaries of key topics with maps, charts, and illustrationsReview exercises consisting of questions with answersA detailed chronology of major events in American historyThumbnail biographies of notable AmericansA glossary of history terms and an extensive indexAlso presented is the latest New York State Regents U.S. History and Government Exam with answers.

    Preface
    Supreme Court Cases
    United States History Documents
    Constitutional Foundations of the United States
    The Constitution: The Foundation of American Society
    Foundations, Revolution, and Confederation
    Constitutional Convention, Ratification, and a Bill of Rights
    Constitutional Structure, Function, and Thirteen Enduring Issues
    Launching a New Government
    The Constitution Tested: Nationalism and Sectionalism
    Constitutional Stress and Crisis
    The Constitution in Jeopardy: The American Civil War
    Industrialization of the United States
    The Reconstructed Nation
    Reconstruction and the Nationalization of Civil Rights
    Post-Civil War Economics
    Emancipation: An Unsettled Issue
    The End of Reconstruction
    The Rise of American Business, Industry, and Labor (1865-1920)
    Technology and World Industrialism
    Pre-Civil War Industrial Growth
    Business Organization: Size and Structure
    Transportation, Communication, and Resources
    Representative Entrepreneurs
    Business and Government
    Labor Organization and Struggle
    Adjusting Society to Industrialism: American People and Places
    Impact of Industrialism
    Nation of Immigrants
    The Last Frontier
    American Society at the Turn of the Century
    The Progressive Movement
    Reform in America
    The Reform Tradition
    Pressure for Reform
    Progressivism and Government Action
    The Rise of American Power
    The Industrial-Colonial Connection
    An Emerging Global Involvement
    Restraint and Involvement (1914-1920)
    The Constitution and World War I
    The Search for Peace and Arms Control (1914-1930)
    At Home and Abroad: Prosperity and Depression
    War and Prosperity (1917-1929)
    The First World War at Home
    The Twenties: Business Boom or False Prosperity?
    Optimism and Materialism
    The Great Depression and the New Deal (1933-1940)
    Failure of the Old Order: Hoover and the Crash
    Franklin D. Roosevelt: Relief, Recovery, and Reform
    Constitutional Issues and the New Deal
    The Human Factor
    The United States in an Age of Global Crisis: Responsibility and Cooperation
    Peace in Peril (1933-1950)
    Isolation and Neutrality
    Failure of Peace: Triumph of Aggression
    Home Front: The Human Dimensions of the War
    The United States in World War II
    Aftermath of World War II
    Peace with Problems (1945-1960)
    International Peace Efforts
    Communist Expansion and Containment in Europe and Asia
    Internal Security and Constitutionalism
    A World in Uncertain Times
    Toward a Post-Industrial world: Living in a Global Age
    United States and Post-Industrialism
    The World and Post-Industrialism
    Containment and Consensus (1945-1960)
    Eisenhower Policies: Foreign Affairs
    The Warren Court and Civil Rights
    The Affluent Society
    Decade of Change (The 1960s)
    The Kennedy Years: The New Frontier
    Action in Foreign Policies
    Johnson and the Great Society
    The Movement for Equal Rights
    The Limits of Power: Turmoil at Home and Abroad (1965-1972)
    Involvement in Asia
    Protest and the Counterculture
    The Trend Toward Conservatism (1972-1992)
    Nixon and the Imperial Presidency (1969-1974)
    The Ford and Carter Presidencies (August 1974-January 1981)
    The Reagan Era (1981-1989)
    President George Bush (1989-1993)
    The Clinton Administrations
    The Election of 1992
    President Bill Clinton (1993-2001)
    The Election of 1996
    The Election of 2000
    The New Millennium
    George W. Bush and Neoconservatism
    The Election of 2010: Aftermath
    9/11 and its aftermath
    Domestic and World Events in the Months Before 9/11
    Attack on America
    American Society Entering the 21st Century
    Operation Iraqi Freedom
    United Nations and the Iraqi War
    Conservatism and One Party Rule
    Financial Crisis, Barack Obama, and an Uneasy World
    Chronology of Major Events in American History
    Notable Americans
    Quotations
    Answer Key
    Glossary of Terms
    June 2012 Regents Exam and Answers
    Index

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