Middle-School History covering 1880-1917. This book focused first on the power houses of their day: Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Morgan. It also talked about the inventions and innovations of the Gilded Age but also focused a lot on the extremes between the rich and poor and the politics behind it like the city bosses but also how the progressives came into being trying to deal with the injustices they saw all around and the reforms that came about such as the child labor laws, juvenile courts, the 40hr work week, and unions. The book leaves off at the start of WWI during Woodrow Wilson's presidency.
I liked this one probably the best of all so far. Things seemed to flow better from one chapter to the next and I didn't feel like we were bopping around all over the place completely out of order.
Page count: 197p/23,774p ytd/168,174p lifetime