America in the Twentieth Century

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Marshall Cavendish, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1800 pages
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Examines America's progress and setbacks, decade by decade, throughout the twentieth century including important peoole and trends in American politics, social policy and civil rights, foreign policy, economy and trade, literature and arts, and the environment.

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Contents

1900s
1454
Race
1460
Watts Riots 1645
1464
Labor
1469
1970s
1473
Platform adopted by the National Negro Committee
1474
1910s
1478
Fire with Fire Naomi Wolf 1713
1480
The Great Depression
1529
National Labor Relations Act of 1935 WagnerConnery Act
1535
Arthur Rothstein photograph
1540
Slaves of the Depression
1541
An Oral History of the Great Depression Stock Market Crash
1546
Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Maya Angelou
1548
1940s
1556
Japanese Internment
1562

Lewis W Hine Photographs
1485
Address of President Woodrow Wilson to the U S Congress
1491
Influenza
1501
Socialism
1502
Immigration Act of 1924
1514
1930s
1526
Communism
1565
War Poster
1569
Truman Doctrine
1571
Testimony before Congress Ring Lardner Jr
1579
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