Struggle for Freedom, The: A History of African Americans, Combined Volume, 3rd edition
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The Struggle for Freedom presents the black experience in America via stories of individual African American lives. The text will serve you as a guide to African American history in the context of both economic and political history, while connecting the past to the contemporary struggle for African American freedom.
Published by Pearson (July 30th 2021) - Copyright © 2019
Category: African American History
Table of contents
1. Ancient Africa
2. Africa and the Atlantic World
3. Africans in Early North America, 1619-1726
4. Africans in Bondage: Early Eighteenth Century to the American Revolution
5. The Revolutionary Era: Crossroads of Freedom
6. After the Revolution: Constructing Free Life and Combating Slavery, 1787-1816
7. African Americans in the Antebellum Era
8. African Americans in the Reform Era, 1831-1850
9. A Prelude to War: The 1850s
10. Civil War and the Promises of Freedom: The Turbulent 1860s
11. Post-Civil War Reconstruction: A New National Era
12. The Post-Reconstruction Era
13. "Colored" Becomes "Negro" in the Progressive Era
14. The Making of a "New Negro": World War I to the Great Depression
15. The New Politics of the Great Depression
16. Fighting Fascism Abroad and Racism at Home
17. Emergence of a Mass Movement against Jim Crow
18. Marching toward Freedom, 1961-1966
19. Resistance, Repression, and Retrenchment, 1967-1978
20. The Search for New Directions During a Conservative Era, 1979-1991
21. Continuing Struggles over Rights and Identity, 1992-2004
22. Barack Obama and the Promise of Change, 2004-Present
Volume I includes Chapters 1-11; Volume II includes Chapters 11-22; The Modern Era includes Chapters 15-22.
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