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World War II as the world’s strongest economic power, and commenced a postwar economic boom that lasted for two decades. A bulging population raising the large families of the “baby boom” migrated to the suburbs and Sunbelt
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Despite the trauma of the “middle passage” and the mingling of African peoples, slaves in the Chesapeake developed a culture that mixed African and new-world elements and sustained family life
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What was the driving force behind the affluence and the consumer culture of the 1950s?
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New Immigration, crowded slums, religious challenges and transformations, and conflicts over culture and values. While many Americans were disturbed by the new urban problems
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United States attempted to isolate itself from foreign involvements and wars. But by the end of the decade, the spread of totalitarianism and war in Europe and East Asia forced Roosevelt to aid desperate Britain and pressure Japan to leave
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42 The American People, Face a New Century Chapter Themes Theme42 The American People, Face a New Century Chapter Themes Theme
Changes in women’s roles, the family, and the arrival of new immigrant groups substantially altered the ways Americans live and work
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36 America in World War II, 1941–1945 Chapter Themes Theme36 America in World War II, 1941–1945 Chapter Themes Theme
Theme: Unified by Pearl Harbor, America effectively carried out a war mobilization effort that produced vast social and economic changes within American society
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What were some of the reactions to the New Immigration? How were these immigrants different from the previous generations of American immigrants?
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What was Kennedy’s New Frontier? How was that philosophy played out, both domestically and internationally, within the first few years of Kennedy’s administration?
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13 The Rise of a Mass Democracy, 1824–1840 Chapter Theme Theme13 The Rise of a Mass Democracy, 1824–1840 Chapter Theme Theme
Andrew Jackson, signalled the end of the older elitist political leadership represented by John Quincy Adams. A new spirit of mass democracy and popular involvement swept through American society
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Andrew Jackson, signalled the end of the older elitist political leadership represented by John Quincy Adams. A new spirit of mass democracy and popular involvement swept through American society
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