(800) 562-2139 www.greyhouse.com GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! 3 First Edition | March 2018 | 500 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-68217-722-8 | $195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform Opinions Throughout History: Immigration This volume tracks the changing national views on immigration. Historian at-large Micah Issitt traces the path of public opinion and policy on immigration in American history, with each chapter providing insightful commentary on a selected primary source. Drawing from the popular press, key court and legislative battles, speeches, social activism and opinion polls, Opinions Throughout History: Immigration will offer readers mixed sources of information woven together to highlight the overall momentum of developing public opinion on this perennial policy issue. As the country grows and expands to accommodate new waves of immigrants, the book will explore the tension between welcoming newcomers and seeing their value to the nascent nation and rejecting immigrants and the strains of anti-immigration thought in American society. Issues discussed will be historic patterns of immigration from Ellis Island to the Homestead Act, fear of immigration and the Chinese Exclusion Act, racism and immigration law, the establishment of quotas, eminent domain, the War on Terror, displaced persons and refugees as well as border patrol. The volume will explore both the polarized opinions and current flashpoints in immigration including the merits of the HB1 visa, the travel ban from predominantly Muslim nations, the proposed border wall and the future of immigrants who came to the US as children. Immigration provides an essential resource for history and social studies research and an accessible commentary on the ways in which immigration opinion and policy have evolved and will continue to evolve. Each chapter includes an introduction and conclusion, bulleted topics covered and discussion questions. The volume includes the following Resources: Primary and Secondary Sources, Timeline, Glossary, Historical Snapshot, Bibliography and Index. First Edition | August 2018 | 500 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-68217-951-2 | $195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform Opinions Throughout History: Gender Roles This volume tracks the changing national views on gender roles. Historian at-large Micah Issitt traces the path of gender politics in American society, with each chapter providing insightful commentary on a selected primary source. Drawing from the popular press, key court and legislative battles, speeches, social activism and opinion polls, Opinions Throughout History: Gender Roles offers readers mixed sources of information woven together to highlight the overall momentum of developing public opinion. As forces compete to move the needle of popular thought on this issue, readers will see the tense push and pull between traditional and modern definitions of prescribed gender roles. Issues discussed include historic patterns of gender balance, religion’s role in community organization, feminism’s impact on defining gender roles for men and women at home and in the workplace, family-centered social policy, the backlash against progressive gender politics, the gender pay parity movement, and the passionate activism of #metoo as a response to corporate and government workplace sexual harassment. Gender Roles provides an essential resource for history and social studies research and an accessible commentary on the ways in which the idea of gender roles have evolved. Each chapter includes an introduction and conclusion, bulleted topics covered and discussion questions. The volume includes the following Resources: Primary and Secondary Sources, Timeline, Glossary, Historical Snapshot, Bibliography and Index. First Edition | October 2018 | 500 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-68217-953-6 | $195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform This volume follows shifting public opinion on the environment. Historian at-large Micah Issitt traces the path of how Americans think about the environment, with each chapter providing insightful commentary on a selected primary source. Drawing from the popular press, key court and legislative battles, scientific research, social activism and opinion polls, Opinions Throughout History: Environmentalism offers readers mixed sources of information woven together to highlight the overall momentum of developing public opinion around “green” thinking and environmental policy. As commercial and conservation forces compete to shape popular opinion on this issue readers will see the constant tension between development of natural resources for human benefit and “leaving no trace” thinking in the natural world. From Smoky the Bear to Earth Day, this volume tracks public opinion from activists to boardrooms and will consider an array of issues including public belief in or skepticism of climate science, the establishment of national parks and conservation areas and threats to their future, animal conservation, the environmental impact of energy independence, funding for environmental research, GMO policies and agribusiness and electric cars and eco urban development. Environmentalism provides an essential resource for science and environmental research and an accessible commentary on one of the most complex and pressing issues of our day. Each chapter includes an introduction and conclusion, bulleted topics covered and discussion questions. The volume includes the following Resources: Primary and Secondary Sources, Timeline, Glossary, Historical Snapshot, Bibliography and Index. Opinions Throughout History: Environmentalism FIRST EDITION FIRST EDITION FIRST EDITION