Description - The USA, 1917-1941 by Ian Campbell
This book meets the requirements of the new Modern World History courses and is particularly suitable for use with MEG and SEG syllabuses. The author provides a thorough survey of American political, social and economic history during the inter-war years. Topics include the economic boom years and their impact on rich and poor, the social history of the Roaring Twenties including the role of women and prohibition, the Wall Street Crash and the Depression, Roosevelt and the New Deal, and the build-up to World War Two. The book, which is enquiry-based, is structured around key investigations, background briefings and reviews of the topics covered. Using a wide range of sources and vivid pictorial evidence which help to bring the era to life, the author has produced a text which will be both manageable in extent and motivating to a wide range of students.
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Cambridge University Press
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