By Richard M. Abrams
The USA has visible a mess of alterations for the reason that its very founding. This ebook examines the interval 1941-2001 within which time the nature of yank existence replaced speedily, culminating within the shattering of the liberal Democratic coalition. Revolutions within the components of affluence, overseas coverage, the army, company approach, racial family, gender roles, sexual habit and attitudes, and disrespect for privateness are mentioned. instead of cite old evidence as they happened, the United States remodeled analyzes them and provides a clean and sometimes debatable viewpoint. Abrams' attracts on a wealth of released assets to focus on his unique arguments on McCarthyism, the chilly warfare, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon, and Johnson, to call a couple of issues. The synthesis of data and the intensity of perception are easily unprecedented in the other e-book of yank social background from 1941-2001.
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Social and technological change had been accelerating for more than 200 years. By the mid-twentieth century it had become a fundamental fact of life. The British philosopher Alfred North Whitehead had remarked earlier in the century how the ordering force of tradition had always depended on the assumption that “each generation will live amid the conditions governing the lives of its fathers and will transmit those conditions to mould with equal force the lives of its children. ”1 “The simple security of the old orthodox assumptions,” Whitehead noted, “has vanished .
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