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|Table of Contents||Chapter 1: New World Encounters Preconquest–1608 Chapter 2: England’s New World Experiments 1607–1732 Chapter 3: Putting Down Roots: Opportunity and Oppression in Colonial Society 1619–1692 Chapter 4: Experience of Empire: Eighteenth-Century America 1680–1763 Chapter 5: The American Revolution: From Elite Protest to Popular Revolt, 1763–1783 Chapter 6: The Republican Experiment 1783–1788 Chapter 7: Democracy and Dissent: The Violence of Party Politics 1788–1800 Chapter 8: Republican Ascendancy: The Jeffersonian Vision 1800–1814 Chapter 9: Nation Building and Nationalism1815–1825 Chapter 10: The Triumph of White Men’s Democracy 1824–1840 Chapter 11: Slaves and Masters 1793–1861 Chapter 12: The Pursuit of Perfection 1800–1861 Chapter 13: An Age of Expansionism 1830–1861 Chapter 14: The Sectional Crisis 1846–1861 Chapter 15: Secession and the Civil War 1860–1865 Chapter 16: The Agony of Reconstruction 1865–1877 Chapter 17: The West Exploiting an Empire 1849–1902 Chapter 18: The Industrial Society 1850–1901 Chapter 19: Toward an Urban Society 1877–1900 Chapter 20: Political Realignments 1876–1901 Chapter 21: Toward Empire 1865–1902 Chapter 22: The Progressive Era 1895–1917 Chapter 23: From Roosevelt to Wilson in the Age of Progressivism 1900–1920 Chapter 24: The Nation at War 1901–1920 Chapter 25: Transition to Modern America 1919–1928 Chapter 26: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal 1929–1939 Chapter 27: America and the World 1921–1945 Chapter 28: The Onset of the Cold War 1945–1960 Chapter 29: Affluence and Anxiety 1945–1960 Chapter 30: The Turbulent Sixties 1960–1968 Chapter 31: To a New Conservatism 1969–1988 Chapter 32: Into the Twenty-First Century 1989–2013|