Normal view MARC view ISBD view

Voices of freedom : a documentary history. Vol. 2

by Foner, Eric.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Norton & Company 2016Description: 371 p.ISBN: 978-0-39-36145-03.Subject(s): HISTORIA | RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES | POLÍTICA Y GOBIERNO | CONDICIONES ECONÓMICAS | ESTADOS UNIDOS -- SIGLO XX
Contents:
"What is freedom?": reconstruction, 1865-1877.-- America's gilded age, 1870-1890.-- Freedom's boundaries, at home and abroad, 1890-1900.-- The progressive era, 1900-1916.-- Safe for democracy: the United States and world war I, 1916-1920.-- From business culture to great depression: The twenties, 1920-1932.-- The new deal, 1922-1940.-- Fighting for the four freedoms: world war II, 1941-1945.-- The United States and the cold war, 1945-1953.-- An affluent society, 1953-1960.-- The sixties, 1960-1968.-- The triumph of conservatism, 1969-1988.-- From triumph to tragedy, 1989-2001.-- A new century and new crises.
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Add tag(s)
Log in to add tags.
    average rating: ( votes)
Item type Current location Call number Copy number Status Date due
Colección General Colección General 973/F732/ej.1 (Browse shelf) ej. 1 Available

"What is freedom?": reconstruction, 1865-1877.-- America's gilded age, 1870-1890.-- Freedom's boundaries, at home and abroad, 1890-1900.-- The progressive era, 1900-1916.-- Safe for democracy: the United States and world war I, 1916-1920.-- From business culture to great depression: The twenties, 1920-1932.-- The new deal, 1922-1940.-- Fighting for the four freedoms: world war II, 1941-1945.-- The United States and the cold war, 1945-1953.-- An affluent society, 1953-1960.-- The sixties, 1960-1968.-- The triumph of conservatism, 1969-1988.-- From triumph to tragedy, 1989-2001.-- A new century and new crises.

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.

Click on an image to view it in the image viewer

Ulpiano Páez E3-142 y Jerónimo Carrión, esquina. Código Postal: 170526 / Quito - Ecuador
Teléfono: 593-02-299 32 00 Ext. 12771

Powered by Koha