This book introduces the reader to the changing face of the American environment, tracing the way in which the present array of forests and farms, parks and highways, cities and suburbs.
Covering all the main areas of immediate post-war US policy in Europe, this book includes useful material on the Bretton Woods debates.
This book is concerned pre-eminently with the meanings put into circulation by these mainstream films and audiences’ readings of them.
This book focuses on presidential and congressional scandals of the last 25 years and offers the first sustained explanation of the reasons for them and their often dramatic consequences.
This book provides an accessible yet comprehensive historical account of one of the most important concepts underlying modern theories of American cultural identity.
This textbook offers a chronological introduction to the New Deal which incorporates material on events and developments outside.
Jazz in American Culture offers an informed and entertaining introduction to jazz – one of the great musical cultures of the world.
A textbook introduction to one of the most important areas of early American history.
Illustrated with black and white photographs, this is an accessible and exciting intervention in one of the most popular aspects of American history.
Focusing on the public affairs of America, Michael Heale introduces the reader to the major changes which governed life in the sixties.