History of a Free People

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Macmillan Publishing Company, 1981 - United States - 834 pages
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A United States history textbook emphasizing such characteristics of the American way of life as educational and economic opportunity, political participation, and toleration of differences.

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Contents

Understanding Historical Maps
9
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12
Road to Revolution
34
The Struggle Between France and England England Tightens
49
The Colonists Mobilize Moving Toward Separation The Declaration
73
The Articles of Confederation Foreign Affairs Under
97
Part Two Launching the Republic
109
Federalists and Republicans
179
Political Corruption The Major Political Parties Fluctuating Party
462
Part Six New Horizons
475
Theodore Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs
490
The Square Deal and the New Freedom
504
The Progressive Movement
526
Causes for Alarm Sources of the Progressive Movement Direct
538
Part Seven Crusade and Disillusion
547
Normalcy
572

Foreign Entanglements
198
Part Three The Nation and the Sections
223
Jacksonian Democracy
252
The Spirit of Reform
276
Part Four Division and Reunion
301
From Compromise to Conflict
322
The
340
The Civil War and Reconstruction
347
Naval Operations
360
The Opening of the TransMississippi West
409
Protest Movements
426
Curbing the Railroads Demand for Cheap Money Attempted Regulation
437
Parties and Politics
447
Part Eight The Roosevelt Years
617
Second Phase
634
The Good Neighbor and the Axis Threat
650
The Second World War
668
Part Nine An Age of Anxiety
695
Complacency and Confrontation
719
A General in the White House The Working World Civil Rights
733
The KennedyJohnson Years
740
The New Frontier A New Tack in Foreign Policy Tragedy and a
763
Secrecy Summitry Surprise Domestic
793
Ford versus Carter The Carter Administration Style
814
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