The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People, 10th Edition
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The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People continues the evolution of Alan Brinkley’s influential work as authors John M. Giggie and Andrew J. Huebner build upon this canonical text, with a focus on making history relatable and accessible to today’s students. Its authorship, balanced narrative, and coverage effectuates personal connections with students drawing upon their own experiences prompting readers to interpret evidence before them and bring to the task their own questions for a continuing conversation of our ever-unfinished nation.
2 TRANSPLANTATIONS AND BORDERLANDS
3 SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN PROVINCIAL AMERICA
4 THE EMPIRE IN TRANSITION
5 THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
6 THE CONSTITUTION AND THE NEW REPUBLIC
7 THE JEFFERSONIAN ERA
8 EXPANSION AND DIVISION IN THE EARLY REPUBLIC
9 JACKSONIAN AMERICA
10 AMERICA’S ECONOMIC REVOLUTION
11 COTTON, SLAVERY, AND THE OLD SOUTH
12 ANTEBELLUM CULTURE AND REFORM
13 THE IMPENDING CRISIS
14 THE CIVIL WAR
15 RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH
16 THE CONQUEST OF THE FAR WEST
17 INDUSTRIAL SUPREMACY
18 THE AGE OF THE CITY
19 FROM CRISIS TO EMPIRE
20 THE PROGRESSIVES
21 AMERICA AND THE GREAT WAR
22 THE NEW ERA
23 THE GREAT DEPRESSION
24 THE NEW DEAL ERA
25 AMERICA IN A WORLD AT WAR
26 THE COLD WAR
27 THE AFFLUENT SOCIETY
28 THE TURBULENT SIXTIES
29 THE CRISIS OF AUTHORITY
30 FROM “THE AGE OF LIMITS” TO REAGANISM
31 THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION
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