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Présentation thématiue documentée et rédigée en langue anglaise niveau de langue très accessible de la civilisation américaine donnant à la fois les fondements historiues et culturels de cette civilisationles événements personnes et phénomènes ui ont contribué à façonner l'Amériue d'aujourd'hui Classement thématiue en une vingtaine de chapitres The United States is the world's most important political economic and military power In an era of increasing globalization its influence remains predominant However it is not always easy to distinguish reality from stereotype fact from fantasyProfessor Tims – both bilingual and binational – has been teaching American Studies for 20 years She is a specialist of US social history economics and law Perspectives on the Making of America thus uses an interdisciplinary approach to help students better understand the United States – its history institutions culture and contemporary society The text itself is both chronological and thematic – and it is written in simple easy English There are also original civilization documents and extensive web sites for each theme – for flexibility and further research In addition amethodological guidewill help improve basic study techniues This book is an indispensable tool for anyone interested in understanding the world's only remainingsuperpowerSOMMAIRE Introduction Chapter 1 America TodayA Brief Overview Chapter 2 Early America Chapter 3 The American Revolution Chapter 4 American Political Institutions Chapter 5 The Westward Movement Chapter 6 From the Civil War to Reconstruction Chapter 7 American Blacks – From Slavery to Sharecropping Chapter 8 The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era Chapter 9 Immigration Chapter 10 From the Roaring 20's to the Great Depression Chapter 11 World War II and the Cold War Chapter 12 From the Vietnam War to Watergate Chapter 13 Civil Rights Radicalism Revolution ? Chapter 14 Feminism Chapter 15 Neo Conservatism Chapter 16 The Clinton Years Chapter 17 The American Welfare State Chapter 18 The Educational System Chapter 19 Violence in American Society Chapter 20 Free Speech a Free America Conclusion Looking Ahead AnnexesA Bibliography B Other resources C Interactive feedback D Methodological guideIndex Présentation thématiue documentée et rédigée en langue anglaise niveau de langue très accessible de la civilisation américaine donnant à la fois les fondements historiues et culturels de cette civilisationles événements personnes et phénomènes ui ont contribué à façonner l'Amériue d'aujourd'hui Classement thématiue en une vingtaine de chapitres The United States is the world's most important political economic and military power In an era of increasing globalization its influence remains predominant However it is not always easy to distinguish reality from stereotype fact from fantasyProfessor Tims – both bilingual and binational – has been teaching American Studies for 20 years She is a specialist of US social history economics and law Perspectives on the Making of America thus uses an interdisciplinary approach to help students better understand the United States – its history institutions culture and contemporary society The text itself is both chronological and thematic – and it is written in simple easy English There are also original civilization documents and extensive web sites for each theme – for flexibility and further research In addition amethodological guidewill help improve basic study techniues This book is an indispensable tool for anyone interested in understanding the world's only remainingsuperpowerSOMMAIRE Introduction Chapter 1 America TodayA Brief Overview Chapter 2 Early America Chapter 3 The American Revolution Chapter 4 American Political Institutions Chapter 5 The Westward Movement Chapter 6 From the Civil War to Reconstruction Chapter 7 American Blacks – From Slavery to Sharecropping Chapter 8 The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era Chapter 9 Immigration Chapter 10 From the Roaring 20's to the Great Depression Chapter 11 World War II and the Cold War Chapter 12 From the Vietnam War to Watergate Chapter 13 Civil Rights Radicalism Revolution ? Chapter 14 Feminism Chapter 15 Neo Conservatism Chapter 16 The Clinton Years Chapter 17 The American Welfare State Chapter 18 The Educational System Chapter 19 Violence in American Society Chapter 20 Free Speech a Free America Conclusion Looking Ahead AnnexesA Bibliography B Other resources C Interactive feedback D Methodological guideIndex Présentation thématiue documentée et rédigée en langue anglaise niveau de langue très accessible de la civilisation américaine donnant à la fois les fondements historiues et culturels de cette civilisationles événements personnes et phénomènes ui ont contribué à façonner l'Amériue d'aujourd'hui Classement thématiue en une vingtaine de chapitres The United States is the world's most important political economic and military power In an era of increasing globalization its influence remains predominant However it is not always easy to distinguish reality from stereotype fact from fantasyProfessor Tims – both bilingual and binational – has been teaching American Studies for 20 years She is a specialist of US social history economics and law Perspectives on the Making of America thus uses an interdisciplinary approach to help students better understand the United States – its history institutions culture and contemporary society The text itself is both chronological and thematic – and it is written in simple easy English There are also original civilization documents and extensive web sites for each theme – for flexibility and further research In addition amethodological guidewill help improve basic study techniues This book is an indispensable tool for anyone interested in understanding the world's only remainingsuperpowerSOMMAIRE Introduction Chapter 1 America TodayA Brief Overview Chapter 2 Early America Chapter 3 The American Revolution Chapter 4 American Political Institutions Chapter 5 The Westward Movement Chapter 6 From the Civil War to Reconstruction Chapter 7 American Blacks – From Slavery to Sharecropping Chapter 8 The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era Chapter 9 Immigration Chapter 10 From the Roaring 20's to the Great Depression Chapter 11 World War II and the Cold War Chapter 12 From the Vietnam War to Watergate Chapter 13 Civil Rights Radicalism Revolution ? Chapter 14 Feminism Chapter 15 Neo Conservatism Chapter 16 The Clinton Years Chapter 17 The American Welfare State Chapter 18 The Educational System Chapter 19 Violence in American Society Chapter 20 Free Speech a Free America Conclusion Looking Ahead AnnexesA Bibliography B Other resources C Interactive feedback D Methodological guideIndex