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American Issues: A Primary Source Reader in United States History, Volume II

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The Market Revolution 8. Democracy in America 9. Religion and Reform The Cotton Revolution Manifest Destiny The Sectional Crisis The Civil War Reconstruction VOLUME II: AFTER Capital and Labor Conquering the West Life in Industrial America American Empire American history and world history can be found at historycental- History's home on the web.

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