VOLUME 2: THE AGE OF REFORM TO THE PRESENT DAY (1880–2001)
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Contents: Chinese exclusion, Native American land policy, the Spanish-American War’s de Lome letter, the Roosevelt Corollary, The Souls of Black Folk, The Jungle, Alice Stone Blackwell’s "Why Women Should Vote," the Fourteen Points, the Second New Deal, Eleanor Roosevelt and the DAR, the Four Freedoms, the 1942 "Instructions to All Persons of Japanese Ancestry," the Truman Doctrine, the censure of Joseph McCarthy, the Cuban Missile Crisis telegram from Kennedy to Khrushchev, "I Have a Dream," the National Organization for Women’s "Statement of Purpose," the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, Reagan’s "Tear Down This Wall" speech, and George W. Bush’s address to Congress after the 2001 September 11th attack.
This title is part of the series: GREAT DOCUMENTS IN U.S. HISTORY
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J. Weston Walch