American Cultures: Readings in Social and Cultural History

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Lulu.com, 2007 - 462 pages
This social & cultural history anthology is linked to an introductory body of theory on social and cultural methodology. It is a course text or an adjunct text for community college level investigation on how culture and society interact to form North American history. It is also a foundation for discourse on social justice, activism, and human rights.
 

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Contents

PREFACE
8
Intellectual Activism Social Transformation Self
24
On Diversity
40
The United States Congress The Bill of Rights
55
Opposing Viewpoints 68 The United States Congress The Civil Rights Acts 72 Otto Kerner The National Advisory Commission on Civil
74
The United States Senate COINTELPRO
92
Cesar Chavez The United Farm Worker Movement
342
Alma Garcia The Chicana Feminist Discourse
359
Stanton S B Anthony and M J Gage
373
Warren Farrell Men A Success Objects
393
Ellen Goodman When A Woman Says No
415
Carey McWilliams Okies in California the Migration
429
Jeremy Rifkin A New Social Contract
443
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