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Transformation of the United States, 1878-190014%
Expanding Role of the U.S. in International Affairs10%
Cycles of Economic Boom and Bust in the 1920s & 1930s13%
Role of the U.S. in International Affairs & W.W. II, 1933-194613%
U.S. Foreign & Domestic Policies During the Cold War, 1945-197530%
U.S. Foreign & Domestic Policies, 1976 to the Present20%
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Transformation of the United States, 1878-1900
1. (1.1.A)  Amendments 13-15
2. (1.1.B)  Resistance To Racial Equality
3. (1.2.A)  Late-19th Century Immigration
4. (1.2.B)  Native Americans And The Federal Government
5. (1.2.C)  Native American Resistance
6. (1.3.A)  "Robber Barrons" & Philanthropists
7. (1.3.B)  Industrial Innovation
8. (1.3.C)  The Muckrakers
9. (1.3.D)  Social Reform
10. (1.3.E)  The Labor Movement
11. (1.3.F)  The Progressive Movement
12. (1.3.G)  Changing Race Relations
13. (1.3.H)  Early Civil Rights Leaders
Expanding Role of the U.S. in International Affairs
1. (2.1.A)  Imperialist Thought
2. (2.1.B)  Yellow Journalism
3. (2.1.C)  The Spanish American War
4. (2.1.D)  Early-20th Century Diplomacy
5. (2.2)  The Election Of 1912
6. (2.3.A)  WWI: A Fragile Neutrality
7. (2.3.B)  WWI: The Homefront
8. (2.3.C)  Wilson's Foreign Policy
Cycles of Economic Boom and Bust in the 1920s & 1930s
1. (3.1.A)  1920s Culture
2. (3.1.B)  Rising Racial Tensions
3. (3.1.C)  Growing Labor Unrest
4. (3.1.D)  A Booming Economy
5. (3.1.E)  Indian Citizenship Act Of 1924
6. (3.2.A)  Growing Economic Problems
7. (3.2.B)  The Stock Market Crashes
8. (3.2.C)  Hoover Reacts
9. (3.2.D)  The Great Depression
10. (3.3.A)  FDR Becomes President
11. (3.3.B)  The New Deal
12. (3.3.C)  The Dust Bowl
Role of the U.S. in International Affairs & W.W. II, 1933-1946
1. (4.1.A)  1930s: Appeasement & Isolation
2. (4.1.B)  WWII: The U.S. Enters
3. (4.2)  WWII: Key People And Events
4. (4.3)  The Holocaust
U.S. Foreign & Domestic Policies During the Cold War, 1945-1975
1. (5.1.A)  Early Cold War Tensions
2. (5.1.B)  Cold War Alliances
3. (5.1.C)  The Truman Doctrine
4. (5.1.D)  JFK's Foreign Policy
5. (5.2.A)  The Second Red Scare
6. (5.2.B)  The Nuclear Arsenal
7. (5.3)  The Vietnam War
8. (5.4.A)  Truman And Desegregation
9. (5.4.B)  The Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1968
10. (5.4.C)  The Civil Rights Movement, Leaders & Organizations
11. (5.4.D)  More Civil Rights Movements
12. (5.5.A)  Incorporating The Bill Of Rights
13. (5.5.B)  LBJ's "Great Society"
14. (5.5.C)  The Modern Native American Movement
15. (5.5.D)  Post-WWII Women's Movement
16. (5.5.E)  Nixon's Foreign Policy
17. (5.5.F)  Nixon & Watergate
U.S. Foreign & Domestic Policies, 1976 to the Present
1. (6.1)  Carter's Foreign Policy
2. (6.2)  The Reagan Years
3. (6.3)  Ending The Cold War
4. (6.4)  G.H.W. Bush's Foreign Policy
5. (6.5)  The Clinton Years
6. (6.6)  Terrorism, 1995 And Beyond