Oxford AQA GCSE History: America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality
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Oxford AQA GCSE History: America 1920-1973: Opportunity and Inequality

By Aaron Wilkes
US$ 18.74
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Book Description

This Student Book is written specifically to match the new 2016 AQA GCSE History specification, and is developed by Aaron Wilkes, an experienced Head of History, and Jon Cloake, an author with examining experience. Features such as Interpretations, Practice Questions and Study Tips help students prepare for the new AQA exams.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Introduction to the Oxford AQA GCSE History series
  • Timeline
  • Part one American people and the ‘Boom’
    • Chapter 1: The ‘Boom’
      • 1.1A Who were the Americans?
      • 1.1B Who were the Americans?
      • 1.2A Why was there an economic boom in the 1920s?
      • 1.2B Why was there an economic boom in the 1920s?
      • 1.3 Why was Henry Ford so important?
      • 1.4 Why didn’t everyone benefit from the Boom?
      • 1.5 Playing the stock market
    • Chapter 2: Social and cultural developments
      • 2.1A The Roaring Twenties
      • 2.1B The Roaring Twenties
      • 2.2 How was life changing for American women in the 1920s?
    • Chapter 3: Divided society
      • 3.1A What was Prohibition and why did it fail?
      • 3.1B What was Prohibition and why did it fail?
      • 3.2 The Al Capone story
      • 3.3A A land of opportunity?
      • 3.3B A land of opportunity?
      • 3.4 The experience of African-Americans in the 1920s
      • 3.5 What was the Ku Klux Klan?
      • 3.6 The ‘Red Scare’
      • 3.7 Why were Sacco and Vanzetti executed?
      • How to… tackle the interpretation question
  • Part two Bust – Americans’ experiences of the Depression and New Deal
    • Chapter 4: American society during the Depression
      • 4.1 Why did Wall Street ‘crash’?
      • 4.2A How did the Great Depression affect people’s lives?
      • 4.2B How did the Great Depression affect people’s lives?
      • 4.3A Why did Roosevelt win the1932 election?
      • 4.3B Why did Roosevelt win the1932 election?
    • Chapter 5: The effectiveness of the New Deal on different groups in society
      • 5.1 A ‘New Deal’
      • 5.2 Opposition to the New Deal
      • 5.3A How effective was the New Deal?
      • 5.3B How effective was the New Deal?
      • 5.4 Popular culture in 1930s America
    • Chapter 6: The impact of the Second World War
      • 6.1 From isolation to world war
      • 6.2 America at war
      • How to…tackle the bullet point question
  • Part three Post-war America
    • Chapter 7: Post-war American society and economy
      • 7.1 How prosperous were the American people in the 1950s?
      • 7.2 The Rock and Roll generation
      • 7.3 What was McCarthyism?
    • Chapter 8: Racial tension and development in the Civil Rights campaigns in the 1950s and 1960s
      • 8.1 What was the Civil Rights Movement?
      • 8.2A Martin Luther King and peaceful protests
      • 8.2B Martin Luther King and peaceful protests
      • 8.3 The Black Power Movement
    • Chapter 9: America and the ‘Great Society’
      • 9.1 Kennedy’s ‘New Frontier’
      • 9.2 Johnson’s ‘Great Society’
      • 9.3A What was the feminist movement?
      • 9.3B What was the feminist movement?
      • Practice Questions for Paper 1:America 1920–1973: Opportunity and Inequality
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Acknowledgements
  • Back Cover
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