Out of our past; the forces that shaped modern America [by] Carl N. Degler.

Rev. ed.. New York, Harper and Row [1970] .

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Subjects United States -- History.
United States.
Series Harper colophon books.
Description xx, 546 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents THE BEGINNINGS -- Capitalism came in the first ships -- Were the Puritans "puritanical"? -- Rights of Englishmen -- Black men in a white men's country -- THE AWAKENINGS OF AMERICAN NATIONALITY -- Country cousins -- Material foundations -- A poor man's country -- Not all colonials were Englishmen -- A paradise for women -- Americans have new rights -- "All of us are Americans" -- A NEW KIND OF REVOLUTION -- Causes were consequences -- New governments in old charters -- Revolutionaries can be conservative -- Conservatives can be innovators -- TO MAKE A MORE PERFECT UNION -- Agrarian imperialism -- More than sentiment -- The factory comes -- Does land make a people? -- THE GREAT EXPERIMENT -- "Let the people rule" -- "All men are considered equal" -- Jacksonian liberalism -- All on the road to Damascus -- THE AMERICAN TRAGEDY -- The peculiar institution -- All slaves are black -- But all white men are not free -- The American dilemma -- BRINGING FORTH A NEW NATION -- A people's war -- Businessmen's government -- A nationalist's dream -- The twilight of the states -- A new world power -- DAWN WITHOUT NOON -- Equality by force -- How black was black Reconstruction? -- Caste will out -- The south knows the negro best -- MACHINES, MEN, AND SOCIALISM -- Revolutionary challenge -- The industrial leviathan -- The Reconstruction that took -- Dollars mean success -- The worker's response -- Nobody here but us capitalists -- OUT OF MANY, ONE -- The widening stream -- Hewers of wood and drawers of water -- Immigrants have votes -- Melting pot or salad bowl? -- Who are Americans? -- ALABASTER CITIES AND AMBER WAVES OF GRAIN -- The lure of the city -- The seedtime of the city -- Men make cities -- But cities also make men -- The hand that feeds is bitten -- The farmer comes of age -- The farmer as politician -- Standing Jefferson on his head -- NEW WORLD A-COMIN' -- Jesus versus Ricardo -- Be it ever so small -- The new woman -- New politicians with old principles -- THE THIRD AMERICAN REVOLUTION -- "Hunger is not debatable"
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)56852
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Degler, Carl N.
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