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American Issues A Primary Source Reader in United States History, Volume 2

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ISBN-10: 020580344X

ISBN-13: 9780205803446

Edition: 5th 2011

Authors: Irwin Unger, Robert Tomes

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List price: $48.99
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Pearson Education, Limited
Publication date: 11/22/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.276
Language: English

Harsh Versus Lenient Victors
Abraham Lincoln, Reconstruction Must Be Gradual and Careful (1865)
Andrew Johnson, Amnesty Proclamation (1865)
Thaddeus Stevens, We Must Have a Radical Reconstruction (1865)
The White South Responds
Mississippi Black Code (1865)
James W. Hunnicutt, Johnson's Policies Criticized (1866)
White People Must Regain Control of Their States (1868)
Organization and Principles of the Ku Klux Klan (1874)
The Black Response
Frederick Douglass, What the Black Man Wants (1865)
The Ex-Slaves Should Have Land (1868)
The Ex-Slaves Crave Education (1866)
An Appeal for Protection from the KKK (1871)
Industrial Growth and the Last Frontier
The Industrial Status Quo Defended
Andrew Carnegie, Wealth (1889)
Rutherford B. Hayes on Concentrated Wealth (1886)
The Industrial Worker
Report on Illinois Sweatshops (1893)
Emma Lazarus, The New Colossus (1886)
Labor Unrest
Preamble to the Constitution of the Knights of Labor (1889)
Henry Demarest Lloyd, the Railroad Strike of 1877 (1881)
The Cities Acclaimed
Frederic C. Howe,The Hope of Democracy (1905)
The Cities Deplored
Charles Loring Brace, The Dangerous Classes of New York (1872)
Songs of New York
The Bowery
Sidewalks of New York
City Government
William L. Riordan, Strenuous Life of the Tammany District Leader (1905)
The Final Frontier
Settling the Final Frontier
Hamilton S. Wicks, The Great Race for Land (1889)
Agrarian Hardship
Washington Gladden, Embattled Farmers (1890)
The Preamble of the Platform of the People's Party (1892)
The Buffalo Destroyed
W. Skelton Glenn, the Destruction of the Plains Buffalo (1876���1877)
Native Americans
Sitting Bull Tells How He Defeated Custer (1877)
Chester A. Arthur,The Indians Must Be Assimilated (1881)
Outward Thrust
Racial Destiny
Josiah Strong, Why the Anglo-Saxons Will Triumph (1885)
Race and Power
W.E.B. Du Bois, the Souls of Black Folk (1903)
Manhood and Imperialism
Theodore Roosevelt, Manhood and Foreign Policy(1899)
Trade and Markets
Albert Beveridge, Why We Must Keep the Philippines (1900)
The Anti-Imperialists
Charles Eliot Norton on American Ideals (1899)
MorrisonI. Swift views Imperialism as a Threat to Liberty (1899)
The Progressive Impulse
The Danger of Concentrated Wealth
Theodore Roosevelt, Republican Anti-Trust (1912)
Woodrow Wilson, Democratic Anti-Trust (1913)
The "Monopolists" Respond: John D. Rockefeller Defends Standard Oil (1899)
Conservation and Efficiency
Conservation Statement (1908)
John Muir, Hetch Hetchy (1912)
Social Justice Progressivism
Jane Addams, HullHouse, Chicago: An Effort toward Social Democracy (1892)
The Social Creed of the Churches Statement Adopted by the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church (1908)
Race and Ethnicity
The Great Migration: the Dark Side
Ray Stannard Baker, What Is a Lynching? A Study of Mob Justice, South and North (1905)
Fannie Barrier Williams, Social Bonds in the "Black Belt" of Chicago: Negro Organizations and
The New Spirit Pervading Them (1919)
Chicago Commission on Race Relations: Causes of the Race Riot (1919)
The Ku Klux Klan
Statements from the Ku Klux Klan (1924)
Black Americans Respond
W.E.B. Du Bois, What Black Americans Want (1905)
Marcus Garvey, Black Pride (1923)
The New Immigration and American Toleration
Madison Grant, The Passing of the Great Race (1916)
Mary Antin, The Promised Land (1912)
World War I
The Submarine Dimension
William Jennings Bryan, Protesting Unrestricted U-Boat Warfare (1915)
Gottlieb Von Jagow, The Germans Defend Their Submarine Policy (1915)
Voices for Intervention
Ambassador James Bryce, British Report on German Atrocities in Belgium (1915)
Robert Lansing, GermanyMust Not Be Allowed to Win the War (1915)
Robert Lansing, Lending the Allies Money (1915)
Opponents of Intervention
Socialist Party Convention: the Socialists Protest the War (1917)
Robert La Follette, A Progressive Opposes the Declaration of War (1917)
Making the World Safe for Democracy
Wilson's War Address (1917)
Nativist Hysteria Challenges Democracy at Home (1925)
Idealism and Disillusionment
The Fourteen Points: Wilson's Address to Congress (1918)
The Defeat of the League of Nations (1920)
Women's Issues, 1900���1940
Voting Rights
Carrie Chapman Catt, Address to National American Women Suffrage Association (1902)
The Right to Work
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Women and Economics (1898)
Reproductive Rights
Margaret Sanger, My Fight for Birth Control (1931)
Let Us All Speak Our Minds (c. 1926)
The New Deal
Roosevelt Explains His Policies
Franklin D. Roosevelt, The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself (1933)
Harry Hopkins and the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (1934)
John Maynard Keyes Makes Public Recommendations (1934)
The New Deal and the "Common Man"
"Saint Roosevelt" (1934, 1936)
Attack from the Right
Herbert Hoover, Government Must Not Limit Free Enterprise (1928)
Thunder from the Left
The Communist Party: the New Deal Means Fascism and War (1934)
World War II
Bennett Champ Clark, The Experience of the Last War Should Guide Us Today (1935)
Robert Taft, Let Us Retain the Neutrality Acts (1939)
Henry L. Stimson, Repeal the Arms Embargo (1936)
America First Versus Aid to Britain
James B. Conant, We Must Aid the Allies (1940)
Burton K. Wheeler, Lend-Lease Will Lead to War(1941)
Undeclared War
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The German Menace (1941)
A New American Internationalism
Roosevelt's "Four Freedoms" Speech (1941)
Franklin Roosevelt, The Atlantic Charter (1941)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)
The Cold War
The Soviet Menace, the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and Massive Retaliation
Winston Churchill, The Iron Curtain (1946)
X" [George Kennan],The Sources of Soviet Conduct (1947)
Harry S Truman,Aid to Greece and Turkey (1947)
George Marshall,We Must Help Europe Recover (1947)
Secretary Dulles' Strategy of Massive Retaliation (1954)
A Military-Industrial Complex? Economic Aspects of the Cold War
Paul M. Sweezy, The Marshall Plan, An Instrument of Peace? (1949)
Richard M. Nixon, What Freedom Means to Us: American People Are Peace-Loving People (1959)
The Red Scare
Joseph R. McCarthy, Why Communism Is Gaining (1950)
McCarran Internal Security Act (1950)
Millard Tydings Committee, McCarthy's Charges Are False (1950)
The Civil Rights Revolution
School Desegregation
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954)
John F. Kennedy, A Moral Imperative: Equality of Treatment (1963)
White Citizens' Councils, How Can We Educate Our Children? (1965)
Christian Love versus Racial Anger
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, This is SCLC (1964)
Songs of the Civil Rights Movement
Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
Woke Up This Morning with My Mind Stayed on Freedom
Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around
This Little Light of Mine
Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, We Want Black Power (1967)
The Great Society
Lyndon B. Johnson, The Great Society (1964)
The Attack from the Right
Barry Goldwater, The Conscience of a Conservative (1960)
The Attack from the Left
Students for a Democratic Society, The Port Huron Statement (1962)
Pamphlet of Columbia University Students (1968)
The New Feminism
The National Organization for Women's Bill of Rights
National Organization for Women, Bill of Rights (1967)
Radical Feminism
Anne Koedt, Politics of the Ego: A Manifesto for New York Radical Feminists (1969)
Radical Women (Organization), No More Miss America! (1968)
The Counterattack
Alice Skelsey, Mrs. Homemaker���Mrs. Wonderful: the New Myths from Women's Lib (1972)
The Vietnam War
The Hawk Position
Dwight D. Eisenhower, The Domino Theory (1954)
The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (1964)
The "White Paper" (1965)
The North Vietnamese Analyze American Intervention
Le Duan, The North Vietnamese Analyze American Intervention (1965)
The Antiwar Movement Strikes Back
Vietnam Day Committee, Attention All Military Personnel (1965)
Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee,The U.S. Government Has Deceived Us (1966)
Declaration of Conscience against the War in Vietnam (1965)
American Deserters' Committee, Deserters' Proclamation (1968)
The Tapes
Richard Nixon, The Smoking Gun (1972)
Nixon Defends Himself
Richard M. Nixon, I Did Not Know About Watergate (1973)
The Vote for Impeachment
House Judiciary Committee, Impeachment Articles (1974)
Jimmy Carter: Energy and the Crisis of Confidence
Jimmy Carter and the Crisis of Confidence (1979)
Dick Cheney, We Must Increase Domestic Production from Known Sources of Oil (2001)
The Reagan Revolution and Conservative Ascendancy
Ronald Reagan's Boundless Optimism
Ronald Reagan's Vision of Freedom (1988)
The New Right
Richard Viguerie, The New Right: We're Ready to Lead (1980)
Jude Wanniski, Taxes, Revenues, and the "Laffer Curve" (1978)
The Liberals Hit Back
Robert L. Heilbroner, The Demand for the Supply-Side (1982)
Robert McAfee Brown, The Need for a Moral Minority (1982)
The War on Terror
America's Response to Terror
Address by George W. Bush, President of the United States (2001)
Senate Joint Resolution 23 (2001)
President George W. Bush, Combat Operations in Iraq Have Ended: THOSE IN DARKNESS MAY BE FREE (2003)
Donald Rumsfeld, What We Learned from the War: TRANSFORMATION TAKES MONEY (2003)
The 9/11 Commission Report: Planning for War (2004)
The Torture of Prisoners
General Protection of Prisoners of War (1949)
Alberto Gonzales, Memorandum to President Bush on Treatment of Prisoners (2002)