Andrew Frank, "American Revolution: People and Perspectives (Perspectives in American Social History)" Publisher: ABC-CLIO 2007 ISBN 1851097031 PDF 357 pages 1. MB. American Revolution looks at one of the most significant eras in American history through the eyes of its least famous, least studied citizens. American Revolution features the work of 14 accomplished social historians, whose findings are adding new dimensions to our understanding of the Revolutionary era.
Home Browse Books Book details, American Revolution: People and Perspectives. American Revolution: People and Perspectives. history are more associated with a handful of elite white men than the American Revolution. Americans typically associate the late eighteenth-century movement for independence with privileged politicians and generals, the events in which they participated, and the documents they created. For a more balanced view, see Countryman, 2003. Few observers at the time denied the broad participation of the masses during the War for Independence.
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Perspectives in American History " was published from 1967-1979, and from 1984-1986. A listing of each volume's contents appears below. Perspectives in american history volume i- 1967. THE ORIGIN OF AMERICAN POLITICS By Bernard Bailyn. I. Sources of Political Culture II. The Structure of Colonial Politics III. The Legacy. AMERICAN IMPERIALISM: A REINTERPRETATION By Ernest R. May. ATTITUDE: THE HISTORY OF CONCEPT By Donald Fleming.
Topics in the series are selected to fit curricular standards for both high school history classes and undergraduate American history courses. An emphasis on social history brings historical analysis into the classroom, while still focusing on topics that will engage students.
ISBN13: 9781598840650. Part of the Books in the Perspectives in American Social History Series). by Jennifer Lee Goloboy. It analyzes this pivotal moment in the broader context of the nation's economic development, measuring its consequences for Americans as both workers and consumers in all regions of the country.
It analyzes this pivotal moment in the broader context of the nation's economic development, measuring its consequences for Americans as both workers and consumers in all regions of the country. 10+. Frank, Andrew . ed. Early Republic: People and Perspectives. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Inc. 2009. Gr. Grigg, John . British Colonial America: People and Perspectives. 2008.
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