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The American Revolution and Founding – a history of the American idea in action from the 1770s through the early 1790s.
America expands in size, suffrage, and political strife from the early to mid-19th Century, solving some issues while others drive the young nation apart.
North and South at war in the greatest military conflict to take place in the Western Hemisphere, fighting over the political and moral future of the country.
Urbanization, a second wave of industrialization, and the emerging “science” of government contribute to vast political and economic changes in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.
Two of the greatest threats to America, in sequence: an economic downturn over a decade in length, and a global war started by powers antithetical to American views on self-government, liberty, and individual rights.
The unrealized promises of the Declaration of Independence under a harsh light in the 1950s and 1960s, as a movement organizes and takes action to cash the check written by the Founders.
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