The American People
This Edition revises the Concise Seventh Edition of The American People in light of recent scholarship and retains important features from the Sixth Edition. Its organization is structured to facilitate student learning and accommodate itself more easily to the usual length of the college semester. The book is divided into four parts and contains seven chapters in each section. In Volume One, part one covers the period to 1815, while part two carries the narrative through Reconstruction for a total of fourteen chapters. Since many surveys begin with Reconstruction, part three of the in Volume Two repeats that Chapter 14 and contains seven additional chapters, ending with an analysis of the 1920s. The final part of the book spans the period from the Great Depression and New Deal to the recent past. Volume Two contains fifteen chapters.
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