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Unfinished Nation, Concise

Unfinished Nation, Concise - 4th edition

ISBN13: 978-0072935226

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ISBN13: 978-0072935226
ISBN10: 0072935227
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Edition/Copyright: 4TH 04
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Published: 2004
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Unfinished Nation, Concise - 4TH 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-0072935226

Alan Brinkley

ISBN13: 978-0072935226
ISBN10: 0072935227
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 4TH 04
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2004
International: No
Summary

This trade-like survey text is known for Alan Brinkley's clear narrative voice, impeccable scholarship, and reliability, all at a low price. It offers a careful examination of American political and diplomatic history, while also exploring the other areas of the American past that are of interest to scholars and students alike. The balanced picture that emerges connects the newer histories of society and culture with the more traditional stories of politics, diplomacy, and great public events. The fourth edition features a completely new four-color design and expanded illustration and mapping program, as well as new "America in the World" features and more!

New to This Edition

  • The fourth edition offers a completely new four-color design and expanded illustration and mapping program.
  • "America in the World" features offer a global context and demonstrate how other histories are woven into that of the United States.
  • Each chapter opens with a new introduction and new timelines.
  • Many of the maps within the text now appear as interactive maps on the Online Learning Center, accompanied by related multiple-choice quizzes.
  • Marginal notes highlight key terms, events, and concepts as they appear within the narrative.
  • Expanded coverage focuses on the history of science and technology.
  • The first four chapters have been thoroughly revised to show the connections between the history of the British colonies and the larger, global context of migration and settlement, also known as the emergence of an "Atlantic World."
  • Extensive new material addresses environmental history, in particular in Chapters 12, 18, 21, 22, 29, 30, 32, and 34.
  • The Unfinished Nation presents a broad account of a diverse American past, one in which no single approach dominates.


Features

  • The text is known for Alan Brinkley's clear narrative voice, impeccable scholarship, awareness of students' needs, and reliability, all at a low price.
  • "Where Historians Disagree" essays demonstrate that history consists of many stories that are often complex and open to interpretation.

Author Bio

Brinkley, Alan : Columbia University

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Meeting of Cultures

-- America Before Columbus
-- Europe Looks Westward
-- The Arrival of the English

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:The American Population Before Columbus
America in the World:The Atlantic Context of Early American History

Chapter 2: Transplantations and Borderlands

-- The Early Chesapeake
-- Caribbean Colonization
-- The Growth of New England
-- The Restoration Colonies
-- The Development of Empire

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 3: Society and Culture in Provincial America

-- The Colonial Population
-- The Colonial Economies
-- Patterns of Society
-- Awakenings and Enlightenments

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:The Origins of Slavery

Chapter 4: The Empire in Transition

-- Loosening Ties
-- The Struggle for the Continent
-- The New Imperialism
-- Stirrings of Revolt
-- Cooperation and War

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 5: The American Revolution

-- The States United
-- The War for Independence
-- War and Society
-- The Search for a National Government

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past: The American Revolution
America in the World: The Age of Revolutions

Chapter 6: The Constitution and the New Republic

-- Farming a New Government
-- Adoption and Adaptation
-- Federalists and Republicans
-- Establishing National Sovereignty
-- The Downfall of the Federalists

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 7: The Jeffersonian Era

-- The Rise of Cultural Nationalism
-- Stirrings of Industrialism
-- Jefferson the President
-- Doubling the National Domain
-- Expansion and War
-- The War of 1812

Conclusion
For Further Reference
America in the World:The Global Industrial Revolution

Chapter 8: Varieties of American Nationalism

-- Stabilizing Economic Growth
-- Expanding Westward
-- The "Era of Good Feelings"
-- Sectionalism and Nationalism
-- The Revival of Opposition

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 9: Jacksonian America

-- The Rise of Mass Politics
-- "Our Federal Union"
-- The Removal of the Indians
-- Jackson and the Bank War
-- The Emergence of the Second Party System
-- Politics After Jackson

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past: Jacksonian Democracy

Chapter 10: America's Economic Revolution

-- The Changing American Population
-- Transportation and Communications Revolutions
-- Commerce and Industry
-- Men and Women at Work
-- Patterns of Society
-- The Agricultural North

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 11: Cotton, Slavery, and the Old South

-- The Cotton Economy
-- Southern White Society
-- The "Peculiar Institution"
-- The Culture of Slavery

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past: The Character of Slavery

Chapter 12: Antebellum Culture and Reform

-- The Romantic Impulse
-- Remaking Society
-- The Crusade Against Slavery

Conclusion
For Further Reference
America in the World: The Abolition of Slavery

Chapter 13: The Impending Crisis

-- Looking Westward
-- Expansion and War
-- The Sectional Debate
-- The Crisis of the 1850s

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 14: The Civil War

-- The Secession Crisis
-- The Mobilization of the North
-- The Mobilization of the South
-- Strategy and Diplomacy
-- Campaigns and Battles

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past: The Causes of the Civil War
America in the World: The Consolidation of Nations

Chapter 15: Reconstruction and the New South

-- The Problems of Peacemaking
-- Radical Reconstruction
-- The South in Reconstruction
-- The Grant Administration
-- The Abandonment of Reconstruction
-- The New South

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past: Reconstruction

Chapter 16: The Conquest of the Far West

-- The Societies of the Far West
-- The Changing Western Economy
-- The Romance of the West
-- The Dispersal of the Tribes
-- The Rise and Decline of the Western Farmer

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:The Frontier and the West

Chapter 17: Industrial Supremacy

-- Sources of Industrial Growth
-- Capitalism and Its Critics
-- The Ordeal of the Worker

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 18: The Age of the City

-- The New Urban Growth
-- The Urban Landscape
-- Strains of Urban Life
-- The Rise of Mass Consumption
-- Leisure in the Consumer Society
-- High Culture in the Urban Age

Conclusion
For Further Reference
America in the World:Global Migrations

Chapter 19: From Stalemate to Crisis

-- The Politics of Equilibrium
-- The Agrarian Revolt
-- The Crisis of the 1890s

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:Populism

Chapter 20: The Imperial Republic

-- Stirrings of Imperialism
-- War with Spain
-- The Republic as Empire

Conclusion
For Further Reference
America in the World:Imperialism

Chapter 21: The Rise of Progressivism

-- The Progressive Impulse
-- Women and Reform
-- The Assault on the Parties
-- Sources of Progressive Reform
-- Crusades for Order and Reform

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:Progressivism

Chapter 22: The Battle for National Reform

-- Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Party
-- The Troubled Succession
-- Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom
-- The "Big Stick": America and the World, 1901-1917

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 23: America and the Great War

-- The Road to War
-- "War Without Stint"
-- The Search for a New World Order
-- A Society in Turmoil

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 24: The New Era

-- The New Economy
-- The New Culture
-- A Conflict of Cultures
-- Republican Government

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 25: The Great Depression

-- The Coming of the Depression
-- The American People in Hard Times
-- The Depression and American Culture
-- The Ordeal of Herbert Hoover

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:Causes of the Great Depression
America in the World:The Global Depression

Chapter 26: The New Deal

-- Launching the New Deal
-- The New Deal in Transition
-- The New Deal in Disarray
-- Limits and Legacies of the New Deal

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:The New Deal

Chapter 27: The Global Crisis, 1921-1941

-- The Diplomacy of the New Era
-- Isolationism and Internationalism
-- From Neutrality to Intervention

Conclusion
For Further Reference
America in the World:The Sino-Japanese War, 1931-1941

Chapter 28: America in a World at War

-- War on Two Fronts
-- The American Economy in Wartime
-- Race and Gender in Wartime America
-- Anxiety and Affluence in Wartime Culture
-- The Defeat of the Axis

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past: The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

Chapter 29: The Cold War

-- Origins of the Cold War
-- The Collapse of the Peace
-- America After the War
-- The Korean War
-- The Crusade Against Subversion

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:The Cold War

Chapter 30: The Affluent Society

-- The Economic "Miracle"
-- The Explosion of Science and Technology
-- People of Plenty
-- The Other America
-- The Rise of the Civil Rights Movement
-- Eisenhower Republicanism
-- Eisenhower, Dulles, and the Cold War

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 31: The Ordeal of Liberalism

-- Expanding the Liberal State
-- The Battle for Racial Equality
-- "Flexible Response" and the Cold War
-- Vietnam
-- The Traumas of 1968

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:The Vietnam Commitment
America in the World:1968

Chapter 32: The Crisis of Authority

-- Youth Culture
-- The Mobilization of Minorities
-- The New Feminism
-- Nixon, Kissinger, and the War
-- Nixon, Kissinger, and the World
-- Politics and Economics in the Nixon Years
-- The Watergate Crisis

Conclusion
For Further Reference
Debating the Past:Watergate

Chapter 33: From the "Age of Limits" to the Age of Reagan

-- Politics and Diplomacy After Watergate
-- The Rise of the New American Right
-- The "Reagan Revolution"
-- America and the Waning of the Cold War

Conclusion
For Further Reference

Chapter 34: The Age of Globalization

-- The Resurgence of Partisanship
-- The Economic Boom
-- Science and Technology in the New Economy
-- A Changing Society
-- A Contested Culture
-- The Perils of Globalization

Conclusion
For Further Reference

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