Twentieth-century history is approached here from a social and cultural perspective, as well as from the more traditional political and economic views. Contributions of racial minorities, Native Americans, women, and non-traditional religions are given a close look in this 4-vol. set. Additionally, the way average American worked, lived, played, and worshiped is pictured against the backdrop of political change and the growth of the world's foremost industrial power.
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