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1 The Collision Of Cultures
2 Britain And Its Colonies
3 Colonial Ways Of Life
4 The Imperial Perspective
5 From Empire To Independence
6 The American Revolution
7 Shaping A Federal Union
8 The Federalist Era
9 The Early Republic
10 Nationalism And Sectionalism
11 The Jacksonian Impulse
12 The Dynamics Of Growth
13 An American Renaissance: Religion, Romanticism, And Reform
14 Manifest Destiny
15 The Old South
16 The Crisis Of Union
17 The War Of The Union
18 Reconstruction: North And South
19 New Frontiers: South And West
20 Big Business And Organized Labor
21 The Emergence Of Urban America
22 Gilded-age Politics And Agrarian Revolt
23 An American Empire
24 The Progressive Era
25 America And The Great War
26 The Modern Temper
27 Republican Resurgence And Decline
28 New Deal America
29 From Isolation To Global War
30 The Second World War
31 The Fair Deal And Containment
32 Through The Picture Window: Society And Culture, 19451960
33 Conflict And Deadlock: The Eisenhower Years
34 New Frontiers: Politics And Social Change In The 1960s
35 Rebellion And Reaction In The 1960s And 1970s
36 A Conservative Insurgency
37 Triumph And Tragedy: America At The Turn Of The Century

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  • The Second Industrial Revolution
  • Building The Transcontinental Railroads
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  • Rockefeller And The Oil Trust
  • Carnegie And The Steel Industry
  • J . P. Morgan, Financier
  • Sears And Roebuck
  • Social Trends
  • Child Labor
  • Disorganized Protest
  • The Molly Maguires
  • The Railroad Strike Of 1877
  • The Sand-lot Incident
  • Toward Permanent Unions
  • The Knights Of Labor
  • Anarchism
  • The Haymarket Affair
  • Gompers And The Afl
  • The Homestead Strike
  • The Pullman Strike
  • Mother Jones
  • Socialism And The Unions
  • The Wobblies

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