It's Getting Better All the Time: 100 Greatest Trends of the 20th Century

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • Section I - Health 25
  • Section II - Diets and Nutrition 49
  • Section III - Wealth 57
  • Section IV - The State of Poor Americans 73
  • Section V - The State of Children and Teens 81
  • Section VI - The American Worker 91
  • Section VII - Leisure, Recreation, and Entertainment 105
  • Section VIII - Housing 117
  • Section IX - Transportation and Communications 129
  • Section X - Invention, Innovation, and Scientific Progress 145
  • Section XI - The Information Age 151
  • Section XII - Education 159
  • Section XIII - Safety 171
  • Section XIV - Environmental Protection 183
  • Section XV - Natural Resources: an Age of Abundance 195
  • Section XVI - Social and Cultural Indicators 207
  • Section XVII - Human Achievement in Sports 223
  • Section XVIII - The Remarkable Gains by Women 231
  • Section XIX - The Decline of Racism 241
  • Section XX - Freedom and Democracy 253
  • Section XXI - The American People: The World's Greatest Resource 261
  • Notes 267
  • Index 287
  • Cato Institute 296
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