The American West: A Twentieth-Century History

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Page numbers in italic type indicate major discussions of the topic.
Adams, Billy, 85
Agribusiness, 230, 239-44
Agriculture, 12-23, 239-44
Agriculture Acts ( 1954, 1956), 268
Air Force Academy, 127, 22-4
Airlines, 44-45, 236
Alaska, 9, 10, 155
Albert, Carl, 274
Albuquerque, 125, 213, 216
Alcatraz island, 139, 270
Alexander, Moses, 200
Allred, James, 105
Amalgamated Copper Company, 24
American Federation of Labor, 49-51, 76, 260
American GI Forum, 143
American Indian Movement (AIM), 139
American Scene painters, 188-89, 191
American Smelting and Refining Company (ASARCO), 24, 245, 246
Ameringer, Oscar, 73
A. M. Simpson Company, 26
Anaconda Copper Mining Company, 14, 26, 245
Anaya, Rudolfo, 8, 144, 183
Anderson, Clinton, 275
Andrus, Cecil, 287
Angle of Repose ( Stegner), 181
Apple (computer firm), 256
Aptheker, Bettina, 167
Arco, 245
Arias, Ron, 144
Arizona, 26, 60-61; social patterns, 129, 220; water projects, 229, 230; mining center, 245; high-tech industries, 255; recent politics, 275-76, 292.
Arizona State University, 211
Armenians, 183
Army Corps of Engineers, 98, 226, 228
Arneson, Robert, 192
Aronson, J. Hugo, 276
Art. See Painters Aspen, Colorado, 237
Aspinall, Wayne, 230, 283
Assemblies of God Church, 203
Athearn, Robert, 14
Atlantic Richfield, 249
Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), 223, 224, 226
Austin, Mary, 158, 176-77

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