Social History of the United States [10 volumes]

Social History of the United States [10 volumes]

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This ten-volume encyclopedia explores the social history of 20th-century America in rich, authoritative detail, decade by decade, through the eyes of its everyday citizens. a€c Entries covering the lives and contributions of ordinary citizens, social movements, religion, culture, the arts, economic and labor issues, and other aspects of American life across the 20th century a€c Contributions by accomplished researchers in the field of American social history a€c Sidebars providing additional emphasis on important issues and less well-known personalities a€c Detailed timelines for every decade, incorporating famous events with pivotal moments that changed the lives of everyday citizens a€c A thematically organized index for each of the encyclopedia's ten volumesWhat they feared about communism was the same thing: a large, powerful centralized government that gave ordinary people no say in their own lives, and no way to survive without it. For an essay contest defining a€œAmericanism, a€ one farmeranbsp;...

Title:Social History of the United States [10 volumes]
Author:Brian Greenberg, Linda S. Watts, Richard A. Greenwald, Gordon Reavley, Alice L. George, Scott Beekman, Cecelia Bucki, Mark Ciabattari, John C. Stoner, Troy D. Paino, Laurie Mercier, Andrew Hunt, Peter C. Holloran, Nancy Cohen
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 2008-10-23


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