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America: The Second Century Documentary Series DVD, Download, USB

America: The Second Century Documentary Series DVD, Download, USB
America: The Second Century Documentary Series DVD, Download, USB
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The Landmark 30 Half-Hour Episode TV Documentary Series Hosted By Bill Shaw That Explores The Second 100 Years Of The History Of The United States, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 8 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1980, 15 Hours) #HistoryOfTheUnitedStates #HistoryOfTheUS #UnitedStatesHistory #USHistory #HistoryOfAmerica #AmericanHistory #AmericasSecondCentury #Americas2ndCentury #BillShaw #GreatDepression #BigBusiness #PovertyInAmerica #AmericanWorker #AmericanFarmer #ElectionOf1896 #Progressives #Reformers #NewDeal #Corruption #PoliticalCorruption #SpanishAmerican #Imperialism #WorldWarI #WorldWarOne #WorldWar1 #WWI #WW1 #FirstWorldWar #FirstEuropeanWar #EuropeanCivilWar #WorldWarII #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #WWII #WW2 #SecondWorldWar #SecondEuropeanWar #BetweenTheWars #InterwarPeriod #CausesOfWorldWarII #CausesOfWWII #RoadToWar #ColdWar #Containment #NativeAmericans #AmericanIndians #BlackAmericans #HispanicAmericans #Immigrants #WomenInAmerica #UrbanAreas #UrbanNations #Environment #WhatIsPastIsPrologue #America #US #UnitedStates #History #WesternCulture #WesternCivilization #WesternTradition #StoryOfCivilization #DVD #VideoDownload #USBFlashDrive


1: The Great Depression

2: The Rise Of Big Business Part 1

3: The Rise Of Big Business Part 2

4: Poverty In America

5: The American Laborer Part 1 (Missing)

6: The American Laborer Part 2

7: The American Farmer Part 1

8: The American Farmer Part 2

9: The Election Of 1896

10: The Progressives

11: Reform And Reaction

12: The New Deal

13: The Legacy Of The New Deal

14: Political Corruption

15: The Spanish-American War

16: The Price Of Imperialism

17: World War I

18: Between The Wars

19: World War II

20: The Cold War

21: Containment Re-assessed

22: The American Indian

23: Black Americans Part 1

24: Black Americans Part 2

25: Hispanic Americans

26: Immigrants In America

27: Women In America

28: America: An Urban Nation

29: America's Environment

30: What Is Past Is Prologue

The History Of The United States: The Second Century (1876-1976): Eleven years prior to the beginning of America's Second Century (1776-1876), the 1865 defeat of the Confederacy in the American Civil War led to the abolition of slavery, and in the Reconstruction era following the war, legal and voting rights were extended to freed slaves. The national government emerged much stronger, and gained explicit duty to protect individual rights. However, when white southerners regained their power in the South in 1877, often by paramilitary suppression of voting, they passed Jim Crow laws to maintain white supremacy, as well as new disenfranchising state constitutions that prevented most African Americans and many Poor Whites from voting. This continued until the 1960s civil rights movement. The United States became the world's leading industrial power at the turn of the 20th century, due to an outburst of entrepreneurship and industrialization and the arrival of millions of immigrant workers and farmers. A national railroad network was completed and large-scale mines and factories were established. Mass dissatisfaction with corruption, inefficiency, and traditional politics stimulated the Progressive movement, from the 1890s to the 1920s, leading to reforms, including the federal income tax, direct election of Senators, alcohol prohibition, and women's suffrage. Initially neutral during World War I, the United States declared war on Germany in 1917 and funded the Allied victory the following year. After a prosperous 1920s, the Wall Street Crash of 1929 marked the onset of the decade-long worldwide Great Depression. President Franklin D. Roosevelt implemented his New Deal programs, including relief for the unemployed, support for farmers, Social Security, and a minimum wage. The New Deal defined modern American liberalism.[2] After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, the United States entered World War II and financed the Allied war effort, and helped defeat Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy in the European theater. Its involvement culminated in using newly invented nuclear weapons on two Japanese cities to defeat Imperial Japan. The United States and the Soviet Union emerged as rival superpowers in the aftermath of World War II. During the Cold War, the two countries confronted each other indirectly in the arms race, the Space Race, propaganda campaigns, and localized wars against communist expansion, notably the Korean War and Vietnam War. In the 1960s, in large part due to the strength of the civil rights movement, another wave of social reforms was enacted which enforced the constitutional rights of voting and freedom of movement to African Americans and other racial minorities. The Cold War only ended with the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, fifteen years after the end of America's first century.