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Publisher Comments:

A brand-new test preparation manual with optional CD-ROM prepares AP test takers to excel on the exam with features that include:

  • Two full-length practice tests with all questions answered and explained
  • Test-taking strategies for answering both the test's Multiple-Choice and Free Response sections
  • A detailed review of U.S. history, starting in 1600 and focusing on highlights that include the evolution of Colonial society, the American Revolution, the pre-Civil War economic structure of the United States and the slavery issue, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the growth of industrial America, the United States and its Empire, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the Cold War, American Liberalism and its decline, America in the age of Clinton, Bush, and Obama, and much more

  • Synopsis:

    This brand-new test preparation manual is scheduled for publication in early 2012. It replaces Barron's previous AP U.S. History manual with all-new review material and practice exams. It presents two full-length practice exams with answer keys and explanatory comments that cover all test questions. The book also features helpful study and test-taking advice, followed by a detailed review of U.S. history that extends from the Colonial era to the twenty-first century. The review includes sample questions, analyses, and answers. Additional features include chronological summaries of major historical events, developments, and dates, and discussions of historiographical debates.

    Table of Contents

    Barron's Essential 5

    Preface: The Basics

  • 1 The Multiple-Choice Section

  • 2 The Free-Response Section

  • 3 The Meeting of Three Peoples Prehistory-1600

  • 4 Establishment of the Thirteen Colonies 1607-1711

  • 5 The Evolution of Colonial Society 1620-1755

  • 6 The American Revolution 1763-1783

  • 7 The Critical Period 1781-1789

  • 8 The Early National Period 1789-1800

  • 9 Jeffersonian Republicans in Power 1800-1828

  • 10 The Age of Jackson 1828-1844

  • 11 Economic Transformations in Antebellum America:

    Market Revolution and Slavery 1810-1850

  • 12 Antebellum American Culture 1800-1855

  • 13 Territorial Expansion 1820-1854

  • 14 Section Tensions and the Crisis of Union 1848-1860

  • 15 The Civil War and Reconstruction

  • 16 The New South and the "Closing" of the Western Frontier 1865-1900

  • 17 The Growth of Industrial America 1865-1900

  • 18 Politics in the Gilded Age 1865-1900

  • 19 Society and Culture in the Gilded Age 1865-1900

  • 20 The United States and Its Empire 1890-1917

  • 21 The Progressive Movement 1900-1920

  • 22 The United States and World War I 1914-1920

  • 23 Tradition and Modernity in the 1920s

  • 24 The Great Depression and American Society 1928-1939

  • 25 The New Deal and the Politics of the 1930s 1932-1940

  • 26 World War II: From Isolationism to Intervention 1928-1945

  • 27 The Cold War 1945-1960

  • 28 American Society in the Post-World War II Era 1945-1960

  • 29 The High Tide of American Liberalism 1960-1968

  • 30 Conflict, Crisis, and Scandal 1966-1975

  • 31 The Decline of Liberalism and the Rise of the New Right 1976-1993

  • 32 America in the Age of Clinton, Bush, and Obama 1992-Present

    Practice Test 1

    Practice Test 2

    Index

  • Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780764146824
    Author:
    Barrons
    Publisher:
    Barron's Educational Series
    Author:
    Resnick, Eugene
    Author:
    Resnick M.A., Eugene V.
    Author:
    Eugene Resnick, M.A.
    Author:
    Resnick, Eugene V.
    Author:
    Resnick, M.A., Eugene
    Author:
    Eugene V. Resnick M.A.
    Subject:
    Advanced Placement
    Subject:
    Test Preparation
    Subject:
    AP United States History
    Subject:
    Advanced Placement Test
    Subject:
    U. S. history
    Subject:
    Reference-Student Guides
    Copyright:
    Edition Description:
    Trade paper
    Publication Date:
    20120201
    Binding:
    TRADE PAPER
    Grade Level:
    General/trade
    Language:
    English
    Pages:
    480
    Dimensions:
    10.875 x 8.375 in

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