Perspectives on 20th Century America: Readings and Commentary

By Otis L. Graham Jr. | Go to book overview
Contents
Part One. Prewar America: 1900-19161
1. Otis L. Graham, Jr.: America at the Turn of the Century4
2. Gabriel Kolko: The Triumph of Conservatism14
3. Samuel P. Hays: The Politics of Reform in Municipal Government31
Bibliographical Notes or Part One52
Part Two. Making War and Making Peace: 1914-191955
4. Ernest R. May: The Last Crisis57
5. N. Gordon Levin, Jr.: Woodrow Wilson and World Politics66
Bibliographical Notes for Part Two85
Part Three. The 1920s87
6. John Kenneth Galbraith: The Causes of the Great Depression89
7. Arthur S. Link: What Happened to the Progressive Movement in the 1920s?104
8. Stanley Coben: The Failure of the Melting Pot121
Bibliographical Notes for Part Three141
Part Four. The 1930s143
9. Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.: The Messiah of the Rednecks145
10. William E. Leuchtenburg: The Roosevelt Reconstruction: Retrospect165
11. Barton J. Bernstein: The Conservative Achievements of Liberal Reform184
Bibliographical Notes for Part Four202
Part Five. Making War and Making Peace: 1939-1945205
12. Paul W. Schroeder: An Appraisal of American Policy, 1941206
13. Gar Alperovitz: How Did the Cold War Begin?219
Bibliographical Notes for Part Five229

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