|Author:||Peter N. Carroll|
|Title:||We the People: A Brief American History, Volume Two: Since 1865 (Non-InfoTrac Version)|
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|ePUB size:||1400 kb|
|FB2 size:||1303 kb|
|DJVU size:||1225 kb|
|Publisher:||Wadsworth Publishing; 1 edition (April 23, 2002)|
This if Volume II (chapters 15-30) of WE THE PEOPLE. Crafted from the ground up to be a "brief" . History text (rather than a condensed version of a larger text), WE THE PEOPLE tells the story of America through five recurring, interwoven themes: (1) the role of interacting cultures in the development of the American nation; (2) the social/cultural environment's interaction with political forces; (3) the evolution of a.
This is Volume I (chapters 1-15) of WE THE PEOPLE. Home All Categories History Books Latin America History Books We the People: A Brief American History, Volume One: To 1876 (Non-Infotrac Version). ISBN13: 9780534593698. We, the People : A Brief American History, 1876.
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We the People: A Brief American History, Comprehensive Volume (Non-InfoTrac Version): ISBN 9780534593711 (978-0-534-59371-1) Softcover, Wadsworth Publishing, 2002. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
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THE BRIEF AMERICAN PAGEANT presents a concise and vivid chronological narrative, focusing on the great public debates that have dominated American history. Colorful anecdotes, first-person quotations, and the text's trademark wit keep readers engaged.
Peter Carroll's WE THE PEOPLE is a very good concise text judging from the initial six chapters. Carroll's format is consistent, his examples appropriate, and his ability as a writer excellent. Wadsworth's goal of a "lively brief narrative" by a single author has been met and perhaps exceeded. This will be a popular survey text. Carroll's text is a way to encourage more students to be successful. I am a first year university student and only took an American History paper to full my points requirements.
Volume II, prepared by Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman in collaboration with Edward Blum, begins with Reconstruction and ends with the first decade of the twenty-first century. This volume examines some of the catastrophic and transformative events of the century, like World Wars One and Two, as well as the enduring themes of . history, including the periodic waves of reform that have defined the nation since its inception and the impact of changing technologies on the lives of workers and families. Some have said that Woodrow Wilson foolishly broke with a tradition of non-entanglement and isolationism dating back to George Washington. Invariably the people who hated history cite all the boring facts that they had to memorize.
history narrative in a two-color trade format with selected maps and images from the full-length text. The authors explore a variety of racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic perspectives and recognize the political, social, and economic contributions of both men and women in their narrative.