Table of contents for America's Gilded Age : an eyewitness history / Judith Freeman Clark.


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1. The Challenge of Reconstruction: 1865-1867 1
2. Economic Opportunity and Trade Unionism: 1868-1870 15
3. Urban Growth, National Scandal and Economic Panic: 1871-1873 29
4. The Consequences of Economic Instability: 1874-1875 41
5. Compromise Politics and Labor Unrest: 1876-1877 49
6. Monetary Policies Reviewed and Revised: 1878-1879 59
7. Populism, Assassination and Material Culture: 1880-1881 65
8. The Impact of Education: 1882-1883 77
9. Third-Party Politics and Labor Unrest: 1884-1885 87
10. Reform Impulses and Labor Difficulties: 1886-1887 97
11. A Changing American Landscape: 1888-1889 107
12. Reform, Anti-Trust Legislation and Expansionism: 1890-1891 119
13. Strikes, Imperialist Policy and the Populist Voice: 1892-1893 131
14. Labor Unrest and Union Activity: 1894-1895 141
15. A Republican Victory and the Push for World Power: 1896-1897 153
16. War, Peace and Economic Stability: 1898-1899 165
17. Election, Assassination and the New Century: 1900-1901 179
     Appendix A: Documents 187
     Appendix B: Biographies of Major Personalities 215
     Appendix C: Maps, Charts and Graphs 221
     Bibliography 263
     Index 267





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States History 1865-1921 Sources