By Glen Jeansonne
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The A Time of Paradox: the USA on account that 1890 is intentionally extra own, speculative, and provocative than such a lot textbooks, but it contains the basic evidence and is prepared in order that it may be used, both as a twentieth-century textbook, or in a survey path.
Title is geared up in 4 parts:
Prelude -The Nineties: Bridge to the 20 th Century
Part I - An period of A wakening, 1900-1919
Part II - An period of Trial and Triumph, 1920-1945
Part III - An period of Uncertainty, 1945-1968
Part IV - An period of range, considering that 1969
Title used to be additionally released as volumes:
• A Time of Paradox: the United States from Awakening to Hiroshima, 1890-1945 (2007)
• A Time of Paradox: the USA from the chilly struggle to the 3rd Millennium, 1945-Present (2006)
In this vigorous and provocative synthesis, amazing historian Glen Jeansonne explores the folks and occasions that formed the United States within the 20th century. complete in scope, A Time of Paradox bargains a balanced examine the political, diplomatic, social and cultural advancements of the final century whereas targeting the varied and infrequently contradictory human reviews that characterised this dynamic period.
Designed with the coed in brain, this cogent textual content presents the hottest research on hand, providing perception into the divisive election of 2004, the warfare on Terror and the Gulf Coast hurricanes. major biographies on figures starting from Samuel Insull to Madonna provide scholars a extra custom-made view of the lads and ladies who inspired American society over the last hundred years.
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