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Created Equal A History of the United States

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ISBN-10: 0205728898

ISBN-13: 9780205728893

Edition: 3rd 2011 (Revised)

Authors: Jacqueline Jones, Peter H. Wood, Thomas Borstelmann, Elaine Tyler May, Vicki L. Ruiz

List price: $107.80
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For the undegraduate US History survey course.Explores American History through the theme of equality.With its inclusive view of American history, Created Equal, Brief Edition emphasizes social historyincluding the lives, labors, and legacies of women, immigrants, working people, and minorities in all regions of the countrywhile delivering the fundamental elements of political and economic history.In the new edition of Created Equal, the authors have preserved the chronological framework and strong narrative thread, the engaging and illuminating stories of everyday people and events, and the Interpreting History features of the previous edition, but have sharpened the presentation, prose,…    
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List price: $107.80
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/25/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 408
Size: 8.00" wide x 11.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

Peter H. Wood is history professor emeritus at Duke University and author ofStrange New Land: African Americans, 1526-1776, among others.

Thomas ("Tim") Borstelmann is the Elwood N. and Katherine Thompson Distinguished Professor of Modern World History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Elaine Tyler Mayis Regents Professor in the Departments of American Studies and History at the University of Minnesota. She is the author of several books, includingHomeward BoundandBarren in the Promised Land. She has contributed toMs., theLos Angeles Times, theNew York Times, and more. She is 2009-2010 President of the Organization of American Historians. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In the Wake of War: Consolidating a Triumphant Union, 1865-1877
The Struggle over the South
Claiming Territory for the Union
The Republican Vision and Its Limits
Interpreting History: A Georgia Planter Appeals to a Freedmen's Bureau Officer
The Emergence of Modern America, 1877-1900
Standardizing the Nation: Innovations in Technology, Business, and Culture, 1877-1890
The New Shape of Business
The Birth of a National Urban Culture
Thrills, Chills, and Toothpaste: the Emergence of Consumer Culture
Defending the New Industrial Order
Interpreting History: Andrew Carnegie and the "Gospel of Wealth."
Challenges to Government and Corporate Power, 1877-1890
Resistance to Legal and Military Authority
Revolt in the Workplace
Crosscurrents of Reform
Interpreting History: Albert Parson's Plea for Anarchy
Political and Cultural Conflict in a Decade of Depression and War: the 1890s
Frontiers at Home, Lost and Found
The Search for Alliances
American Imperialism
Interpreting History: Proceedings of the Congressional Committee on the Philippines
Reform At Home, Revolution Abroad, 1900-1929
The Promise and Perils of Progressive Reform, 1900-1912
Immigration: the Changing Face of the Nation
Work, Science, and Leisure
Reformers and Radicals
Expanding National Power
Interpreting History: Defining Whiteness
War and Revolution, 1912-1920
A World in Upheaval
The Great War and American Neutrality
The United States Goes to War
The Struggle to Win the Peace
Interpreting History: African American Women in the Great War
All That Jazz: 1920s
The Decline of Progressive Reform and the Business of Politics
Hollywood and Harlem: National Cultures in Black and White
Science on Trial
Consumer Dreams and Nightmares
Interpreting History: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
From Depression and War To World Power, 1929-1953
Hardship and Hope: the Great Depression of the 1930s
The Great Depression
Presidential Responses to the Depression
The New Deal
A New Political Culture
Interpreting History: Songs of the Great Depression
Global Conflict: World War II, 1937-1945
The United States Enters the War
Total War
The Home Front
The End of the War
Interpreting History: Zelda Webb Anderson, "You Just Met One Who Does Not Know How to Cook."
Cold War and Hot War, 1945-1953
The Uncertainties of Victory
The Quest for Security
American Security and Asia
A Cold War Society
Interpreting History: NSC-68
The Cold War At Full Tide, 1953-1979
Domestic Dreams and Atomic Nightmares, 1953-1963
Cold War, Warm Hearth
The Civil Rights Movement
The Eisenhower Years
The Kennedy Era
Interpreting History: Rachel Carson, Silent Spring
The Nation Divides: the Vietnam War and Social Conflict, 1964-1971
Lyndon Johnson and the Apex of Liberalism
Into War in Vietnam
The Movement
The Conservative Response
Interpreting History: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Vietnam War
Reconsidering National Priorities, 1972-1979
Twin Shocks: Dÿtente and Watergate
Discovering the Limits of the U.S. Economy
Reshuffling Politics
Diffusing the Women's Movement
Interpreting History: the Church Committee and CIA Covert Operations
Global Connections At Home and Abroad, 1979-2006
The Cold War Returns���and Ends, 1979-1991
Anticommunism Revived
Republican Rule at Home
Cultural Conflict
The End of the Cold War
Interpreting History: Religion and Politics in the 1980s
Post-Cold War America, 1991-2000
The Economy: Global and Domestic
Tolerance and Its Limits
The Clinton Years
The Contested Election of 2000
Interpreting History: Vermont Civil Union Law
A Global Nation in the New Millennium
Politics in the New Millennium
The American Place in a Global Economy
The Stewardship of Natural Resources
The Expansion of American Popular Culture Abroad
Identity in Contemporary America
Interpreting History: the Slow Food Movement
The Declaration of Independence
The Articles of Confederation
The Constitution of the United States of America
Amendments to the Constitution
Presidential Elections
Present Day United States
Present Day World