The American people: creating a nation and a society
This abridged version of The American People examines the interaction of social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and technological forces in a clear and compelling chronological framework. The book's strong narrative appeal is enriched with personal portraits and vignettes from all walks of life.
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3 stars because, well, I'm not quite sure how much you can "like" a history textbook that you have to read for school unless you love history. The beginning was a bit extremely boring, and I felt like ...
Review: The American People: Creating a Nation and a Society, Volume I to 1877, Chapters 1-16User Review - Lauren Shields - Goodreads
This was a history book that I had to read for an online history 108 class at Allan Handcock College over summer. It was chapter 14 through Chapter 28 about Us History. I learned about the cold war ... Read full review
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