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Table of Contents.
U.S. Presidents (and Their Opponents) 1877-1921.
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The End of the Frontier and the Start of a New Era.
1: “The Rush to Oklahoma”.
2: “The Significance of the Frontier in American History”.
3: “Account of the Haymarket Riot”.
4: Eugene Debs: “What Can We Do for Working People?”.
5: Frick's Fracas—Henry Frick Makes His Case.
6: The Homestead Strike: A Congressional View.
7: Senator Sherman on the Pullman Strike.
8: Coal Strike Hearings: The Miners Testify.
9: “Echoes from the Recent Pennsylvania Coal Strike”.
The Lives of Workers.
10: From How the Other Half Lives.
11: An Immigrant Garment Worker's “Days and Dreams”.
12: Jane Addams: “Child Labor and Other Dangers of Childhood”.
13: From The Jungle.
14: Child Labor in the New York City Tenements.
15: Fire Hazards in New York City Factories.
16: Wall Street Owns the Country.
17: Populist Party Platform, 1892.
18: President Grover Cleveland on Repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act.
19: “Political Causes of the Business Depression”.
20: Andrew Carnegie: “The Gospel of Wealth”.
Conflicts Farther Afield.
21: Queen Liliuokalani to President Benjamin Harrison.
22: Report on the Battle of Santiago.
23: Platform of the American Anti-Imperialist League.
24: “Subjugation of the Philippines Iniquitous”.
25: The War Prayer.
26: US-Mexico Tensions.
Minorities and Mistreatments.
27: Chinese Exclusion Act.
28: Address of the Lake Mohonk Conference on Indian Affairs.
29: Plessy v. Ferguson.
30: W.E.B. Du Bois: “Strivings of the Negro People”.
31: W.E.B. Du Bois: “The Study of the Negro Problems”.
32: A Mississippi Governor Opposes Black Education.
33: “What It Means to Be Colored in the Capital of the U.S.A.”.
34: A Skeptical View of Mexican Immigrants in the United States.
35: W.E.B. Du Bois: “Socialism and the Negro Problem”.
Women, Suffrage, and Society.
36: Petition to US Congress for Women's Suffrage.
37: Frances Willard: Address to the National Council of Women.
38: From Youth's Educator for Home and Society.
39: On American Motherhood.
40: “Women's Suffrage in a Democratic Republic”.
41: Petition from the Women Voters Anti-Suffrage Party.
Reformers and Remedies.
42: “The Absurd Effort to Make the World Over”.
43: Frances Willard on Christian Social Responsibility.
44: Jane Addams on Settlement Houses.
45: John Dewey on Social Organization and the Individual.
46: President Theodore Roosevelt on the Conservation of Natural Resources.
47: Declaration of the Conservation Conference.
48: An Argument for Prohibition.
A Technological Breakthrough.
49: The Wright Brothers' First Powered Flight.