By John M. Murrin, Paul E. Johnson, James M. McPherson, Alice Fahs, Gary Gerstle
A hugely revered, balanced, and punctiliously sleek method of U.S. historical past, LIBERTY, EQUALITY, energy makes use of those 3 subject matters in a special method of exhibit how the USA was once remodeled, in a comparatively short while, from a land inhabited by means of hunter-gatherer and agricultural local American societies into the main strong commercial state in the world. This method is helping scholars comprehend not just the impression of the notions of liberty and equality, that are usually linked to the yankee tale, but additionally how dominant and subordinate teams have affected and been suffering from the ever-shifting stability of strength. The textual content integrates the easiest of contemporary social and cultural scholarship right into a political tale, supplying scholars the main accomplished and entire realizing of yankee heritage to be had. The Compact model is a part of the Cengage virtue Books software, which deals our complete textual content in a lower-cost structure. This black and white model of the textual content contains 8 4-page colour map inserts to convey the areas to lifestyles. whereas the compact model comprises fewer photographs than the great model, it deals lots of assets to make the path visible and intriguing for college students. moreover, scholars could have entry to the booklet significant other web site that gives quizzing, interactive maps, interactive timelines, and simulations. (Single quantity comprises Chapters 1-31, quantity I: TO 1877 includes Chapters 1-17, quantity II: on account that 1863 comprises Chapters 17-31).
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