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America Compared: American History in International Perspective: Volume I: To 1877


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Oktober 2006

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Ideal for instructors seeking to present U.S. history in a global context, this innovative reader pairs comparative readings on key issues such as slavery, immigration, imperialism, civil rights, and western expansion. Introductions to the selections provide historical context for the issue at hand, background information on the countries being compared, and discussion of ideas or arguments contained in the selections.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

I. When Worlds Collide 1. Worlds Apart, David J. Weber 2. Two Colonial Frontiers, George M. Fredrickson II. Forming American Society 3. Albion's Seed, David Hackett Fischer 4. As Various as Their Land, Stephanie Grauman Wolf III. The Atlantic System 5. The Paradox of Development in the Americas, Charles Bergquist 6. Mulattoes and Race Relations in Britain's New World Colonies, Winthrop D. Jordan IV. The Revolution 7. The American Revolution in Comparative Perspective, R.R. Palmer 8. Independence and Revolution in the Americas, Anthony McFarlane V. Securing the Republic 9. Two Republics in a Hostile World, Jonathan R. Dull 10. Napoleon Bonaparte and the Louisiana Purchase, Jon Kukla VI. Making a Nation 11. The United States as a New Nation, Seymour Martin Lipset 12. What Made American Nationalism Different? Peter J. Parish VII. Age of the Common Man 13. The Coming of the Demos, Paul Johnson 14. The Second Great Awakening in the United States and Britain, Richard Carwardine VIII. Westward Expansion 15. Expansionism on the American and South African Frontiers, George M. Fredrickson 16. Mexicans and North Americans on the War of 1847, Josefina Zoraida Vasquez IX. Free and Slave Societies 17. Importing a Revolution: Machines, Railroads, and Immigrants, Grace R. Cooper, Rita J. Adrosko, and John H. White Jr. 18. Slavery in Brazil and the United States, Carl N. Degler X. Transatlantic Reform 19. Apostle of Freedom, Nathan I. Huggins 20. The First International Women's Movement, Bonnie S. Anderson XI. The Civil War 21. One Among Many: The United States and National Unification, Carl N. Degler 22. Why the Confederacy Lost, Brian Holden Reid and Bruce Collins XII. Emancipation and Reconstruction 23. The Politics of Freedom, Eric Foner 24. Reconstruction: A Counterfactual Playback, C. Vann Woodward

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I. When Worlds Collide 1. Worlds Apart, David J. Weber 2. Two Colonial Frontiers, George M. Fredrickson II. Forming American Society 3. Albion's Seed, David Hackett Fischer 4. As Various as Their Land, Stephanie Grauman Wolf III. The Atlantic System 5. The Paradox of Development in the Americas, Charles Bergquist 6. Mulattoes and Race Relations in Britain's New World Colonies, Winthrop D. Jordan IV. The Revolution 7. The American Revolution in Comparative Perspective, R.R. Palmer 8. Independence and Revolution in the Americas, Anthony McFarlane V. Securing the Republic 9. Two Republics in a Hostile World, Jonathan R. Dull 10. Napoleon Bonaparte and the Louisiana Purchase, Jon Kukla VI. Making a Nation 11. The United States as a New Nation, Seymour Martin Lipset 12. What Made American Nationalism Different? Peter J. Parish VII. Age of the Common Man 13. The Coming of the Demos, Paul Johnson 14. The Second Great Awakening in the United States and Britain, Richard Carwardine VIII. Westward Expansion 15. Expansionism on the American and South African Frontiers, George M. Fredrickson 16. Mexicans and North Americans on the War of 1847, Josefina Zoraida Vasquez IX. Free and Slave Societies 17. Importing a Revolution: Machines, Railroads, and Immigrants, Grace R. Cooper, Rita J. Adrosko, and John H. White Jr. 18. Slavery in Brazil and the United States, Carl N. Degler X. Transatlantic Reform 19. Apostle of Freedom, Nathan I. Huggins 20. The First International Women's Movement, Bonnie S. Anderson XI. The Civil War 21. One Among Many: The United States and National Unification, Carl N. Degler 22. Why the Confederacy Lost, Brian Holden Reid and Bruce Collins XII. Emancipation and Reconstruction 23. The Politics of Freedom, Eric Foner 24. Reconstruction: A Counterfactual Playback, C. Vann Woodward
EAN: 9780618318568
ISBN: 0618318569
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CENGAGE LEARNING
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2006
Seitenanzahl: 409 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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