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Voices of Freedom, Volume 1

Voices of Freedom, Volume 1 - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 978-0393935660

Cover of Voices of Freedom, Volume 1 3RD 11 (ISBN 978-0393935660)
ISBN13: 978-0393935660
ISBN10: 0393935663
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 11
Publisher: W.W. Norton & Co.
Published: 2011
International: No

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Voices of Freedom, Volume 1 - 3RD 11 edition

ISBN13: 978-0393935660

Eric Foner

ISBN13: 978-0393935660
ISBN10: 0393935663
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 11
Publisher: W.W. Norton & Co.

Published: 2011
International: No
Summary

The Third Edition of Voices of Freedom includes documents reflecting the global dimension of American history and remains a comprehensive collection that offers a diverse gathering of authors and a wide breadth of opinion.

Table of Contents

(Volume One: Chapters 1-15)
(Volume Two: Chapters 15-28)
Chapter 1: A New World
* Adam Smith, The Results of Colonization (1776)
* Thomas Morton, The Native Americans of New England (1637)
* Bartolomé de las Casas on Spanish Treatment of the Indians, from History of the Indies (1528)
* The Pueblo Revolt (1680)
* Father Jean de Brébeuf on the Customs and Beliefs of the Hurons (1635)
* A Micmac Indian Replies to the French (1677)
Chapter 2: Beginnings of English America, 1607-1660
* Richard Hakluyt, an Argument for Colonization from A Discourse Concerning Western Planting (1584)
* Sending Women to Virginia (1622)
* Maryland Act Concerning Religion (1644)
* John Winthrop, Speech to the Massachusetts General Court (1645)
* The Trial of Anne Hutchinson (1637)
* Roger Williams, Letter to the Town of Providence (1655)
* The Levellers, The Agreement of the People Presented to the Council of the Army (1647)
Chapter 3: Creating Anglo-America, 1660-1750
* William Penn, Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges and Liberties (1701)
* Nathaniel Bacon on Bacon's Rebellion (1676)
* Letter by an Immigrant to Pennsylvania (1769)
* Gottlieb Mittelberger on the Trade in Indentured Servants (1750)
* Complaint of an Indentured Servant (1756)
* Women in the Household Economy (1709)
Chapter 4: Slavery, Freedom, and the Struggle for Empire, to 1763
* Olaudah Equiano on Slavery (1789)
* Samuel Sewall, The Selling of Joseph (1700)
* The Independent Reflector on Limited Monarchy and Liberty (1752)
* The Trial of John Peter Zenger (1735)
* The Great Awakening Comes to Connecticut (1740)
* Pontiac, Two Speeches (1762 and 1763)
Chapter 5: The American Revolution, 1763-1783
* Virginia Resolutions on the Stamp Act (1765)
* New York Workingmen Demand a Voice in the Revolutionary Struggle (1770)
* Association of the New York Sons of Liberty (1773)
* Farmington, Connecticut, Resolutions on the Intolerable Acts (1774)
* Thomas Paine, Common Sense (1776)
* James Chalmers, Plain Truth (1776)
Chapter 6: The Revolution Within
* Exchange between Jewish Congregation of Newport, Rhode Island, and George Washington, on Religious Toleration (1790)
* The Right of "Free Suffrage" (1776)
* Noah Webster on Equality (1787)
* Liberating Indentured Servants (1784)
* Petition of Slaves to the Massachusetts Legislature (1777)
* Benjamin Rush, Thoughts Upon Female Education (1787)
Chapter 7: Founding a Nation, 1783-1789
* Petition of Inhabitants West of the Ohio River (1785)
* David Ramsay, American Innovations in Government (1789)
* James Winthrop on the Anti- Federalist Argument (1787)
* A July Fourth Oration (1800)
* Thomas Jefferson on Race and Slavery (1781)
* J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur, "What, Then, Is the American?" (1782)
Chapter 8: Securing the Republic, 1790-1815
* Benjamin F. Bache, A Defense of the French Revolution (1792- 1793)
* Address of the Democratic- Republican Society of Pennsylvania (1794)
* Judith Sargent Murray, "On the Equality of the Sexes" (1790)
* George Washington, Farewell Address (1796)
* George Tucker on Gabriel's Rebellion (1801)
* Tecumseh on Indians and Land (1810)
* Felix Grundy, Battle Cry of the War Hawks (1811)
Chapter 9: The Market Revolution, 1800-1840
* Complaint of a Lowell Factory Worker (1845)
* Immigrants Arriving in New York City (1853)
* A Woman in the Westward Movement (1824)
* Ralph Waldo Emerson, "The American Scholar" (1837)
* Henry David Thoreau, Walden (1854)
* Charles G. Finney, "Sinners Bound to Change Their Own Hearts" (1836)
Chapter 10: Democracy in America, 1815- 1840
* The Monroe Doctrine (1823)
* John Quincy Adams on the Role of the National Government (1825)
* John C. Calhoun, the Concurrent Majority (ca. 1845)
* Chief Sharitarish on Changes in Indian Life (1822)
* Appeal of the Cherokee Nation (1830)
* Andrew Jackson, Veto of the Bank Bill (1832)
Chapter 11: The Peculiar Institution
* Frederick Douglass on the Desire for Freedom (1845)
* Rise of the Cotton Kingdom (1836)
* William Sewall, The Results of British Emancipation (1860)
* Rules of Highland Plantation (1838)
* George Fitzhugh and the Proslavery Argument (1854)
* Letter by a Fugitive Slave (1840)
* Confessions of Nat Turner (1831)
Chapter 12: An Age of Reform, 1820-1840
* Robert Owen, "The First Discourse on a New System of Society" (1825)
* Philip Schaff on Freedom as Self- Restraint (1855)
* David Walker's Appeal (1829)
* Frederick Douglass on the Fourth of July (1852)
* Catherine Beecher on the "Duty of American Females" (1837)
* Angelina Grimké on Women's Rights (1837)
* Declaration of Sentiments of the Seneca Falls Convention (1848)
Chapter 13: A House Divided, 1840-1861
* John L. O'Sullivan, Manifest Destiny (1845)
* A Protest Against Anti- Chinese Prejudice (1852)
* George Henry Evans, "Freedom of the Soil" (1844)
* William Henry Seward, "The Irrepressible Conflict" (1858)
* Hinton R. Helper, The Impending Crisis (1857)
* The Lincoln- Douglas Debates (1858)
* South Carolina Ordinance of Secession (1860)
Chapter 14: A New Birth of Freedom: The Civil War, 1861-1865
* Alexander H. Stephens, The Cornerstone of the Confederacy (1861)
* Marcus M. Spiegel, Letter of a Civil War Soldier (1864)
* Samuel S. Cox Condemns Emancipation (1862)
* Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address (1863)
* Frederick Douglass on Black Soldiers (1863)
* Letter by the Mother of a Black Soldier (1863)
* Abraham Lincoln, Address at Sanitary Fair, Baltimore (1864)
* Mary Livermore on Women and the War (1883)
Chapter 15: "What Is Freedom?": Reconstruction, 1865-1877
* "Colloquy with Colored Ministers" (1865)
* Petition of Committee on Behalf of the Freedmen to Andrew Johnson (1865)
* The Mississippi Black Code (1865)
* A Sharecropping Contract (1866)
* Elizabeth Cady Stanton, "Home Life" (ca. 1875)
* Frederick Douglass, "The Composite Nation" (1869)
* Robert B. Elliott on Civil Rights (1874)
Chapter 16: America's Gilded Age, 1870-1890
* Chief Joseph, "An Indian's View of Indian Affairs" (1879)
* William Graham Sumner on Social Darwinism (ca. 1880)
* A Second Declaration of Independence (1879)
* Henry George, Progress and Poverty (1879)
* Edward Bellamy, Looking Backward (1888)
* Walter Rauschenbusch and the Social Gospel (1912)
Chapter 17: Freedom's Boundaries, at Home and Abroad, 1890-1900
* The Populist Platform (1892)
* John Marshall Harlan, Dissent in Plessy v. Ferguson (1986)
* Ida B. Wells, Crusade for Justice (ca. 1892)
* Frances E. Willard, Women and Temperance (1883)
* President McKinley on American Empire (1899)
* Emilio Aguinaldo on American Imperialism in the Philippines (1899)
* Rudyard Kipling, "The White Man's Burden" (1899)
Chapter 18: The Progressive Era, 1900-1916
* Manuel Gamio on a Mexican- American Family and American Freedom (ca. 1926)
* Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Women and Economics (1898)
* John A. Ryan, A Living Wage (1912)
* The Industrial Workers of the World and the Free Speech Fights (1909)
* Margaret Sanger on "Free Motherhood," from Women and the New Race (1920)
* Carlos Montezuma, "What Indians Must Do" (1914)
* Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom (1912)
* The Progressive Party Platform (1912)
Chapter 19: Safe for Democracy: The United States and World War I, 1916-1920
* Woodrow Wilson, A World "Safe for Democracy" (1917)
* A Critique of the Versailles Peace Conference (1919)
* Carrie Chapman Catt, Address to Congress on Women's Suffrage (1917)
* Eugene V. Debs, Speech to the Jury (1918)
* Randolph Bourne, "Trans- National America" (1916)
* W. E. B. Du Bois, "Returning Soldiers" (1919)
* Marcus Garvey on Africa for the Africans (1921)
* John A. Fitch on the Great Steel Strike (1919)
Chapter 20: From Business Culture to Great Depression: The Twenties, 1920- 1932
* André Siegfried on the "New Society," from the Atlantic Monthly (1928)
* The Fight for Civil Liberties (1921)
* Bartolomeo Vanzetti's Last Statement in Court (1927)
* Congress Debates Immigration (1921)
* Meyer v. Nebraska and the Meaning of Liberty (1923)
* Alain Locke, The New Negro (1925)
* Elsie Hill and Florence Kelley Debate the Equal Rights Amendment (1922)
Chapter 21: The New Deal, 1932-1940
* Letter to Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins (1937)
* John Steinbeck, The Harvest Gypsies (1936)
* Steel Workers Organizing Committee, a New Declaration of Independence (1936)
* Franklin D. Roosevelt, "Greater Security for the Average Man" (1934)
* Herbert Hoover on the New Deal and Liberty (1936)
* Norman Cousins, "Will Women Lose Their Jobs?" (1939)
* Frank H. Hill on the Indian New Deal (1935)
* W. E. B. Du Bois, "A Negro Nation within a Nation" (1935)
Chapter 22: Fighting for the Four Freedoms: World War II, 1941-1945
* Franklin D. Roosevelt on the Four Freedoms (1941)
* Henry R. Luce, The American Century (1941)
* Henry A. Wallace on "The Century of the Common Man" (1942)
* F. A. Hayek, The Road to Serfdom (1944)
* World War II and Mexican- Americans (1945)
* African- Americans and the Four Freedoms (1944)
* Justice Robert A. Jackson, Dissent in Korematsu v. United States (1944)
Chapter 23: The United States and the Cold War, 1945-1953
* Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (1945)
* The Truman Doctrine (1947)
* NSC 68 and the Ideological Cold War (1950)
* Walter Lippmann, a Critique of Containment (1947)
* The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)
* President's Commission on Civil Rights, To Secure These Rights (1947)
* Joseph R. McCarthy on the Attack (1950)
* Henry Steele Commager, "Who Is Loyal to America?" (1947)
Chapter 24: An Affluent Society, 1953-1960
* Richard M. Nixon, "What Freedom Means to Us" (1959)
* Clark Kerr, Industrialism and the Industrial Man (1960)
* The Southern Manifesto (1956)
* Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom (1962)
* C. Wright Mills on "Cheerful Robots" (1959)
* Allen Ginsberg, "Howl" (1955)
* Martin Luther King Jr. and the Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955)
Chapter 25: The Sixties, 1960-1968
* James Baldwin on Student Radicals (1960)
* The Sharon Statement (1960)
* Barry Goldwater on "Extremism in the Defense of Liberty" (1964)
* Lyndon B. Johnson, Commencement Address at Howard University (1965)
* The Port Huron Statement (1962)
* Paul Potter on the Antiwar Movement (1965)
* The National Organization for Women (1966)
* César Chavez, "Letter from Delano" (1969)
* The International 1968 (1968)
Chapter 26: The Triumph of Conservatism, 1969-1988
* Redstockings Manifesto (1969)
* Barry Commoner, The Closing Circle (1971)
* Jimmy Carter on Human Rights (1977)
* Jerry Falwell, Listen America! (1980)
* Phyllis Schlafly, "The Fraud of the Equal Rights Amendment" (1972)
* James Watt, "Environmentalists: A Threat to the Ecology of the West" (1978)
* Ronald Reagan, Inaugural Address (1981)
Chapter 27: Globalization and Its Discontents, 1989-2000
* Bill Clinton, Speech on Signing of NAFTA (1993)
* Declaration for Global Democracy (1999)
* The Beijing Declaration on Women (1995)
* Puwat Chaukamnoetkanok, "Triple Identity: My Experience as an Immigrant in America" (1990)
* Bill Clinton, Remarks at the "America's Millennium" Celebration (1999)
Chapter 28: September 11 and the Next American Century
* The National Security Strategy of the United States (2002)
* Robert Byrd on the War in Iraq (2003)
* Second Inaugural Address of George W. Bush (2005)
* Archbishop Roger Mahoney, "Called by God to Help" (2006)
* Anthony Kennedy, Opinion of the Court in Lawrence v. Texas (2003)
* Security, Liberty, and the War on Terror (2008)
* Barack Obama, Speech to the Islamic World (2009)