For students studying history, preparing for exams, writing papers and otherwise engaged in class work, these concise, 'essential' study guides provide just the right amount of information; the brief explanations aren't tedious reading, yet neither do they provide too little information to be of use. Short chapters with sub-headings explore the political social, cultural, economic and philosophical issues and developments that have made an important impact on history--exactly what the time-pressed student needs. United States History 1877-1912 coversthe New Industrial Era, the Spanish-American War, the "Americanization" of the world, Theodore Roosevelt and progressive reforms, the regulatory state and the ordered society, the election of Woodrow Wilson and more. 96 pages, softcover.
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