:: American Decades Primary Sources (1900 - 1999)
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Description provided by Gale Virtual Reference Library:
American Decades Primary Sources is a 10-volume set spanning the 20th century. As a companion to Gale's popular American Decades series or as a stand-alone, American Decades Primary Sources provides fresh insight into the decade's most important events, people, and issues.

Each volume of American Decades Primary Sources includes approximately 200 full or excerpted primary sources in 160-170 entries from the period representing a diversity of views that provide insight into the seminal issues, themes, movements and events from the decade.

Also included are concise contextual information, notes about the author, further resources, and more than 250 photos and illustrations.

Patterned after the popular American Decades series, each American Decades Primary Sources volume includes chapters on the arts, medicine and health, media, education, world events, religion, government and politics, lifestyles and social trends, law and justice, religion, business and the economy, and sports.

(For years 2000-2009, please see American Decades: 2000 - 2009 instead).

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