Half Title Page.
1: “The Buck Stops Here!”: The Harry Truman Administration.
2: The Truman Doctrine and Containment.
3: Postwar Domestic Reorganization.
4: The Red Scare.
5: The Korean War.
6: Liking Ike: The Dwight Eisenhower Administration.
7: Peace, Growth, and Prosperity.
8: Eisenhower's Second Term.
9: Domestic Issues.
10: World Affairs.
11: An Assessment of the Postwar Era.
12: From Camelot All the Way with LBJ: The John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson Administrations.
13: The New Frontier.
14: The Great Society.
15: The Civil Rights Movement.
16: Latino and Native American Activism.
17: Social Changes.
18: The Vietnam War.
19: “Nixon's the One”: The Richard M. Nixon Administration.
20: Foreign Affairs.
21: Domestic Affairs.
22: The Watergate Scandal.
23: The National Nightmare Ends, The National Malaise Begins: The Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter Administrations.
24: The Gerald R. Ford Administration.
25: Pardoning Nixon.
26: Troubled Economy.
27: The 1976 Election.
28: The Jimmy Carter Administration.
29: Foreign Affairs.
30: Domestic Policy.
31: Morning in America: The Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush Administrations.
32: The Ronald Reagan Administration.
34: The Reagan Doctrine.
35: Second Term and the Iran-Contra Affair.
36: Economic Legacy.
37: The George Bush Administration.
38: Foreign Policy.
39: Iraq War.
40: “Read My Lips”.
41: The 1992 Election.
42: “It's the Economy, Stupid”: The Bill Clinton Administration.
43: Early Policy Initiatives.
44: Mid-Term Challenge.
45: The 1996 Election.
46: The Lewinsky Affair.
47: America After 9-11: The George W. Bush Administration.
48: Congressional Resistance.
49: The September 11 Attacks.
50: The Iraq War.
51: The 2004 Election.
52: Hurricane Katrina and Growing Disenchantment with the Iraq War.
53: The Financial Crisis.
54: “Yes We Can”: The Barack Obama Administration.
55: The Great Recession.
56: Health Care Reform and the Tea Party.
57: The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
58: Mid-Term Elections.
59: Budget Battle.
60: Foreign Policy.
61: Deficit Deadlock.
Harry S. Truman: The Truman Doctrine (1947).
George C. Marshall: The Marshall Plan (1947).
Joseph R. McCarthy: Communists in the State Department (1950).
Dwight D. Eisenhower: The Crisis in the Middle East (1957).
Dwight D. Eisenhower: Farewell Address (1961).
John F. Kennedy: Inaugural Address (1961).
John F. Kennedy: Soviet Missiles in Cuba (1962).
Lyndon B. Johnson: The Great Society (1964).
Lyndon B. Johnson: Withdrawal Speech (1968).
Richard M. Nixon: The Moscow Summit (1972).
Richard M. Nixon: Resignation from the Presidency (1974).
A. Television Address Announcing the Intention to Resign.
B. Farewell to the White House Staff.
Jimmy Carter: A National Malaise (1979).
Ronald Reagan: A Tax System That Is Unwise, Unwanted, and Unfair (1985).
Ronald Reagan: Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin (1987).
George Bush: Operation Desert Storm (1991).
Hillary Clinton: Attempts at Health Care Reform (1993).
Contract with America (1994).
Kenneth W. Starr: The Starr Report (1998).
The Significance of the Evidence of Wrongdoing.
George W. Bush: Declaration of War on Terrorism (2001).
John P. Murtha: War in Iraq (2005).
Barack Obama: Inaugural Address (2009).