• A Progressive History Of American Democracy Since 1945

A Progressive History Of American Democracy Since 1945

A Progressive History Of American Democracy Since 1945

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  • Author
    Chris J Magoc
  • Publisher
    Routledge
  • Publication date
    30 December 2021

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    A Progressive History Of American Democracy Since 1945

  • Author

    Chris J Magoc

  • Date Published

    30 December 2021

  • Publisher

    Routledge

  • Pages

    362 pages

  • ISBN

    9781000513738

Book Description

A Progressive History of American Democracy Since 1945: American Dreams, Hard Realities offers a social, political, and cultural history of the United States since World War II.

Unpacking a period of profound transformation unprecedented in the national experience, this book takes a synthetic approach to the history of the 1940s to the present day. It examines how Americans descended from a mid-century apogee of boundless expectations to the unsettling premise that our contemporary historical moment is fraught with a sense of crisis and national failure. The book’s narrative explores the question of decline and more importantly, how the history of this transformation can point the way toward a recovery of shared national values. Chris J. Magoc also gives extensive treatments to the following:

  • Grassroots movements that have expanded the meaning of American democracy, from the 1950s human rights struggle in the South to contemporary movements to confront systemic racism and the existential crisis of climate change.
  • The resilience of American democracy in the face of antidemocratic forces.
  • The impacts of a decades-long economic transformation.
  • The consequences of America’s expanding global military footprint and national security state.
  • Fracturing of a nation once held together by a post-war liberal consensus and broadly shared societal goals to an America facing an attack from within on empirical truth and democracy itself.

This book will be of interest to students of modern U.S. history, social history, and American Studies, and general readers interested in recent U.S. history.

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