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Reform Movements in American History

  • Reform Movements in American History
  • Imprint: Chelsea House
  • Format: eBook
  • Status: Available
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The Abolitionist Movement
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The Civil Rights Movement
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The Environmental Movement
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The Ethnic and Group Identity Movements
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The Family Values Movement
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The Labor Movement
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The Progressive Movement
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The Women's Rights Movement
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“…[an] easy-to-read, informative [set]…an excellent resource for research and study…interesting enough to be read merely for pleasure…Recommended.”
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Summary

Reform Movements in American History is a compelling eight-volume set that introduces students to the primary reform movements that helped shape the social and political landscape of the United States. Encompassing movements both historical and contemporary, each highly readable book’s chapters are arranged chronologically, with a final chapter that reflects on the legacy of the movement covered. In-depth features, such as vibrant photographs, biographical sidebars, and a chronology and timeline, bring to life the primary players, issues, events, and laws that drove these influential movements.