AP(R) U.S. History All Access Book + Online + Mobile

AP(R) U.S. History All Access Book + Online + Mobile

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All Access for the AP(R) U.S. History Exam
Book + Web + Mobile Completely Revised for the 2015 Exam Everything you need to prepare for the Advanced Placement(R) exam, in a study system built around you! There are many different ways to prepare for an Advanced Placement(R) exam. What's best for you depends on how much time you have to study and how comfortable you are with the subject matter. To score your highest, you need a system that can be customized to fit you: your schedule, your learning style, and your current level of knowledge. This book, and the online tools that come with it, will help you personalize your AP(R) U.S. History prep by testing your understanding, pinpointing your weaknesses, and delivering flashcard study materials unique to you. REA's All Access system allows you to create a personalized study plan through three simple steps.
Here's how it works: Review the Book:
Study the topics tested on the new AP(R) U.S. History exam and learn proven strategies that will help you tackle any question you may see on test day. Test Yourself and Get Feedback:
As you review the book, test yourself with 9 end-of-chapter quizzes and 2 mini-tests. Score reports from your online tests and quizzes give you a fast way to pinpoint what you really know and what you should spend more time studying. Improve Your Score:
Armed with your score reports, you can personalize your study plan. Review the parts of the book where you are weakest, and use the REA Study Center to create your own unique e-flashcards, adding to the 100 free cards included with the book. Visit The REA Study Center for a suite of online tools:
The best way to personalize your study plan is to get feedback on what you know and what you don't. At the online REA Study Center, you can access three types of assessment: topic-level quizzes, mini-tests, and a full-length practice test. Each of these tools provides true-to-format questions and delivers a detailed score report that follows the topics set by the College Board(R). Topic Level Quizzes:
Short, 15-minute quizzes are available throughout the review and test your immediate understanding of the topics just covered. Mini-Tests:
Two online mini-tests cover what you've studied in each half of the book. These tests are like the actual AP(R) U.S. History exam, only shorter, and will help you evaluate your overall understanding of the subject. 2 Full-Length Practice Tests - 1 in the Book and 1 Online
After you have finished reviewing the book, take our full-length practice exams to test what you've learned. These practice tests give you the most complete picture of your strengths and weaknesses. The online exam includes the added benefits of timed testing, automatic scoring, and a detailed score report. Improving Your Score with e-Flashcards:
With your score reports from the quizzes and tests, you'll be able to see exactly which AP(R) U.S. History topics you need to review. Use this information to create your own flashcards for the areas where you are weak. And, because you will create these flashcards through the REA Study Center, you'll be able to access them from any computer or smartphone. REA's All Access test prep is a must-have for students taking the AP(R) U.S. History exam!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 612 pages
  • 216 x 287 x 38mm | 1,043g
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Second Edition, Revised ed.
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0738611727
  • 9780738611723

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AP U.S. HISTORY ALL ACCESS



Make the most of your time with a new kind of study system built around you.



You need a high score on the AP exam to get the college credit or placement you're counting on.



We know prepping efficiently is important to you. So we're here to help you stay flexible and focused with REA's All Access study system.



All Access offers you seamless access to targeted AP subject assessment with e-flashcards, quizzes, and practice tests--just pick up wherever you leave off from whatever device you're on! Whether you're on your computer, smartphone, or other mobile device, All Access is there for you.





3 Study Tools Working Together to Help You Succeed:

Book: Targeted review of the material you'll be expected to know on the new AP U.S. History exam, plus proven tips and strategies for answering every question type.

Web: Diagnostic tools at the online REA Study Center help you pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses, so you know exactly where to focus your study.



Mobile: Customizable e-flashcards mean personalized prep--practice where you need it most.
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Table of contents

PrefaceAbout Our AuthorsAbout Research & Education AssociationAcknowledgmentsChapter 1: Welcome to REA’s All Access for AP U.S. HistoryChapter 2: Strategies for the Revised Exam
Section I: Strategies for the Multiple-Choice and Short-Answer Sections of the ExamSection II: Strategies for the Free-Response Section of the ExamChapter 3: Pre-Columbian America and Early European Contact (1491-1607) 272,000 Separate CulturesHighly Organized SocietySome Native Tribes Rendered Nearly ExtinctQuiz 1Chapter 4: The English Colonies (1607-1754)VirginiaNew FranceNew NetherlandsThe Pilgrims at PlymouthThe Massachusetts Bay ColonyRhode Island, Connecticut, and New HampshireMarylandThe CarolinasNew York and New JerseyThe Colonial World
The 18th CenturyQuiz 2Chapter 5: The New Nation (1754-1800)The French and Indian WarThe Coming of the American Revolution
The War for Independence
The Creation of New Governments
Development and Ratification of the Constitution, 1785–1789
Outline of the United States Constitution
Separation and Limitation of PowersThe Federalist Era, 1789–1800Washington’s Administration, 1789–1797
Foreign and Frontier Affairs
Internal ProblemsJohn Adams’ Administration, 1797–1801Repression and ProtestThe Revolution of 1800
Quiz 3Chapter 6: Democracy, Economic Growth, and Social Reform (1800-1848)The Jeffersonian EraConflict with the Judges
Domestic AffairsInternational Involvement
Madison’s Administration, 1809–1817
Postwar Developments
Internal Development, 1820–1830The Marshall CourtStatehood: A Balancing ActThe Expanding Economy
The Transportation Revolution
IndustrializationEducational Development
Developments in Religious Life
Jacksonian Democracy, 1829–1841The Election of 1824The Webster-Hayne Debate, 1830The War on the BankThe Election of 1840The Significance of Jacksonian PoliticsThe Flowering of LiteratureThe Fine ArtsThe TranscendentalistsThe Utopians
The MormonsDiverging Societies—Life in the NorthThe Role of Women and MinoritiesThe Northeast Leads the WayEveryday Life in the NorthDiverging Societies—Life in the SouthClasses in the SouthThe Institution of SlaveryCommerce and IndustryLife in the Southern States
Westward Movement
Tyler, Polk, and Continued Westward ExpansionAn Age of Social ReformRemaking Society: Organized ReformQuiz 4Mini-Test 1Chapter 7: Expansion, Divisions, Civil War, and Reconstruction (1844-1877)
The Election of 1844Polk as PresidentThe Settlement of OregonThe Mormon MigrationThe Coming of War with MexicoThe Mexican-American WarThe Crisis of 1850 and America at Mid-CenturyThe Return of Sectional ConflictThe Coming of the Civil WarThe Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860–1877The Union PreservedThe Ordeal of Reconstruction
Quiz 5Chapter 8: Industrialism and the Gilded Age (1865-1898)
Politics of the Period, 1877–1882The Economy, 1877–1882Social and Cultural Developments, 1877–1882The Reaction to Corporate Industrialism, 1882–1887Politics of the Period, 1882–1888The Economy, 1882–1887Indians in the American West, 1865–1890Social and Cultural Developments, 1882–1887The Economy, 1887–1892Social and Cultural Developments, 1887–1892Economic Depression and Social Crisis, 1892–1897The Economy, 1892–1897Social and Cultural Developments, 1892–1897Quiz 6Chapter 9: Global and Domestic Challenges (1890-1945)
International Relations, 1890–1897War and the Americanization of the World, 1897–1902Foreign Policy, 1897–1902
Theodore Roosevelt and Progressive Reforms, 1902–1907The Economy, 1902–1907Foreign Relations, 1902–1907Panama CanalThe Later Progressive Era, 1907–1912Politics of the Period, 1907–1912The Economy, 1907–1912Social and Cultural Developments, 1907–1912Foreign Relations, 1907–1912The Wilson Years, 1913–1921New Nationalism
The Election of 1916
Social Issues in the First Wilson Administration
Wilson’s Foreign Policy and the Road to War
The CaribbeanThe Road to War in Europe
World War I: The Military Campaign
Mobilizing the Home Front
Wartime Social Trends
Peacemaking and Domestic Problems, 1918–1920
Domestic Problems and the End of the Wilson AdministrationThe Roaring Twenties and Economic Collapse, 1920–1929The Twenties: Economic Advances and Social Tensions
American Society in the 1920sSocial ConflictsGovernment and Politics in the 1920s: The Harding AdministrationThe Election of 1924The Coolidge AdministrationThe Election of 1928Foreign Policy in the TwentiesThe Great Depression: The 1929 CrashReasons for the DepressionHoover’s Depression Policies
The Election of 1932
The First New Deal
Legislation of the First New DealThe Second New Deal: Opposition from the Right and Left
The Second New Deal Begins
The Election of 1936
The Last Years of the New Deal
Social Dimensions of the New Deal Era
Labor UnionsCultural Trends of the 1930s
New Deal Diplomacy and the Road to War
United States Neutrality Legislation
Threats to World Order
The American Response to the War in Europe
The Election of 1940
American Involvement with the European War
The Road to Pearl Harbor
The Home FrontThe North African and European TheatresThe Pacific TheatreThe Atomic BombDiplomacy and Wartime ConferencesQuiz 7Chapter 10: Domestic Prosperity and International Responsibilities (1945-1980)The Emergence of the Cold War and ContainmentUnited NationsContainment in Asia
Eisenhower-Dulles Foreign PolicyThe Politics of Affluence: Demobilization and Domestic PolicyTruman’s Domestic Programs—The Fair DealAnticommunismEisenhower’s Dynamic Conservatism
Civil RightsThe Election of 1960
Society and Culture
Demographic Trends
Conformity and Security
Seeds of RebellionKennedy’s “New Frontier” and the Liberal Revival, 1961–1963Civil RightsThe Cold War ContinuesJohnson and the Great Society, 1963–1969Emergence of Black PowerEthnic ActivismThe New LeftThe Counterculture
Women’s LiberationVietnamElection of 1968The Nixon Conservative ReactionVietnamizationNixon’s Foreign PolicyElection of 1972The Watergate ScandalThe Ford Presidency
Carter’s Moderate LiberalismCarter’s Foreign PolicyThe Iranian CrisisThe Election of 1980
Quiz 8Chapter 11: The Rise of Conservativism, Post–Cold War Challenges, and a Changing Population (1980-Present)
American Hostage Crisis EndedThe Reagan Presidency: Attacking Big GovernmentAsserting American Power
Election of 1984
Second-Term Foreign Concerns
Second-Term Domestic Affairs
Election of 1988
Bush Abandons Reaganomics
Other Domestic Issues Under Bush
Bush’s Activist Foreign Policy
Collapse of East European Communism
Breakup of the Soviet UnionThe Election of 1992The Clinton Presidency—A Rocky StartThe Election of 2000
9–11 Terror Attacks Change America
First Obama Administration, 2009–2013Quiz 9Mini-Test 2 Practice Exam 1Practice Exam 2Appendix A: America’s Major WarsAppendix B: Key Presidential ElectionsAppendix C: Important International TreatiesAppendix D: Key Characters in American History
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About Gregory Feldmeth

Greg Feldmeth earned an A.B. degree from Occidental College and masters' degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, California State University at Los Angeles, and Columbia University in New York City. He has taught U.S. history for over 40 years, while also offering courses in Contemporary Ethical Issues, Globalization and Human Rights, European History, and World History. He is currently History Department Co-Chair and Assistant Head of School at the Polytechnic School in Pasadena, California. He also teaches an online course, Genocide and Human Rights through the Global Online Academy. Mr. Feldmeth has written or edited twelve U.S. history review books for teachers and students. Christine Custred teaches AP(R) United States History and AP(R) World History at Edmond Memorial High School, in Edmond, Oklahoma. She holds a master's degree in education administration (M.Ed.) and is a National Board Certified Teacher. Ms. Custred has been a College Board(R) consultant since 2000, presenting at numerous College Board(R) institutes, including international institutes. She has been an AP(R) Summer Institute consultant since 2003, presenting at more than 50 summer institutes. She has developed and team-taught a combination course that bridges AP(R) U.S. History and AP(R) English Language and has co-presented at a Southwest Regional College Board(R) conference. She has served as a reader for both the AP(R) United States and AP(R) World History exams.
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