b'62 PRIMARY SOURCES IN AMERICAN HISTORY: THEMES HistoryDefining Documents in American History:Espionage & IntrigueDefining Documents in American History: Espionage & Intrigue offers in-depth analysis of seventy-three documents that examine how espionage and intrigue has played in the history of the United States, from the American Revolution to the cyber-spying activities of today. The first volume focuses on national security and defense, and leaks of sensitive governmental and political information, and includes such topics as: the Manhattan Project; Cuban Missile Crisis; Edward Snowden; and the Pentagon Papers. The second volume is dedicated to corporate whistle blowing, industrial espionage and trade secrets, including: the Economic Espionage Act of 1996; Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment; NYC police officer Frank Serpico; and the Enron scandal. These documents, and more, provide an overview of the history and contemporary issues surrounding espionage and intrigue in the United States. Each Historical Document is supported by a critical essay that includes aFREESummary Overview, Defining Moment, About the Author, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes. Online Access September 2020 | Two Volumes; 598 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-675-6 | Library Price: $295FREEBEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! Defining Documents in American History:Secrets, Leaks & ScandalsAward Winner! Library Journal, Best Reference 2018Top 75 Community College Resources CHOICE, June 2019Accessible to college and upper-level high school students, provides convenient access to, and clearobjective analysis of, documents essential to our understanding of U.S. historyand to our future. Booklist Political scandals have captured the attention of both the American public and the global audience. Some of the nations most notorious scandals are chronicled here, including Benedict Arnolds letters, the Vietnam War, Watergate, the investigations into the assassination of President Kennedy, 9/11, and the Flint, Michigan water crisis. Detailed analyses HISTORYof 75 primary source documents are organized into the following major categories: Secrets, Conspiracies, and Scandals though the 19th Century; Controversies, Conflicts, and Communism through the mid-20th Century;FREEGovernment in Hiding, from Vietnam to Watergate and After; Scandals, Scares and Intelligence Failures in Online AccessFREE Recent Decades; Lies, Leaks and Hacks in the Contemporary Period; and Selected Environmental Debacles. 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The document chapters include the primary source document, often reproduced in its entirety, a SummaryFREEOverview, Defining Moment, Author Biography, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes. Online AccessFREE May 2018 | Two Volumes; 574 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-700-6 | Library Price: $295Defining Documents in American History:Immigration & Immigrant Communities The principal value of the volume is in the essays, which offer contextual information to help students understand the importance of the documents. Highly recommended.CHOICEAward Winner! RUSA Outstanding Reference Source, 2017.This volume offers in-depth analysis of a broad range of historical documents and events that shaped the lives of immigrants and immigrant communities in American history. Coverage includes President Franklin D. Roosevelts 1942 Executive Order 9066 that led to the incarceration of people of Japanese ancestry, Supreme Court opinions regarding Arizona v. 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