By Michael Kazin
With a hundred and fifty obtainable articles written via greater than one hundred thirty major specialists, this crucial reference presents authoritative introductions to a few of crucial and talked-about subject matters in American heritage and politics, from the founding to this present day. Abridged from the acclaimed Princeton Encyclopedia of yank Political historical past , this can be the single single-volume encyclopedia that gives accomplished insurance of either the normal subject matters of U.S. political historical past and the wider forces that form American politicsincluding economics, faith, social routine, race, category, and gender. totally listed and cross-referenced, every one access offers an important context, professional research, trained views, and recommendations for additional interpreting. individuals contain Dean Baker, Lewis Gould, Alex Keyssar, James Kloppenberg, Patricia Nelson Limerick, Lisa McGirr, Jack Rakove, Nick Salvatore, Stephen Skowronek, Jeremi Suri, Julian Zelizer, and lots of extra.
Entries conceal: Key political classes, from the founding to this present day Political associations, significant events, and founding files the wider forces that form U.S. politics, from economics, faith, and social events to race, category, and gender principles, philosophies, and activities, the political background and impact of geographic areas.
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But there remains a persistent inclination by academics as well as ordinary citizens in other lands to view America as a whole—to examine how “it” uses and abuses its ideology both within the nation’s borders and outside them. What makes Americanism exceptional is thus its confluence with the realities of historical development itself. Ultimately, Americanism demands understanding on its own terms because of the unrivaled power for good or ill that the United States wields in the world. . ” The success of the American nation has, in turn, bestowed tremendous power on the notion of Americanism, with all its contradictions and silences.
The steepest hurdle in the amending process appeared to be obtaining congressional approval, with more than 10,000 proposed amendments failing that test in the Constitution’s first two centuries. Some came close but failed to win congressional approval, such as measures requiring a national referendum on a declaration of war; limiting executive agreements with foreign nations; overturning Supreme Court rulings requiring equal-sized legislative districts, forbidding school prayer, protecting flag burning as symbolic free speech; and requiring an annually balanced federal budget.
Meanwhile, developments in the Roman Catholic Church were carrying the mass of American Catholics out of the anti-Communist movement. Anticommunism had been a vehicle to social respectability for American Catholics because it allowed them to demonstrate their patriotism. McCarthy’s disgrace had been a serious setback, but with the election of Kennedy, American Catholics felt they anticommunism could dispense with the tainted crutch of anticommunism. Pope John XXIII opened the Church to a dialogue with the left, and the Kennedy administration’s equation of anticommunism with extremism provided more motivation for Catholics to discard the movement, to the dismay of true believers like William F.
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