The American Nation: A History Of The United States

John A. Garraty

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The American Nation: A History Of The United States

The American Nation A History Of The United States This volume is a comprehensive political history of the American nation which integrates social economic and cultural developments in a single treatment This edition has been updated to include Newt

  • Title: The American Nation: A History Of The United States
  • Author: John A. Garraty
  • ISBN: 9780321012968
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This volume is a comprehensive political history of the American nation which integrates social, economic and cultural developments in a single treatment This edition has been updated to include Newt Gingrich s Contract with America, the 1996 election and the 1995 budget crisis.

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    1. Kristin on said:

      Donoteverreadthisbook.If you are a teacher/ principal/ administrator/ superintendent and you're trying to choose a history text book to teach from, please, please, PLEASE, DO NOT CHOOSE THIS ONE. DO NOT PUT YOUR STUDENTS THROUGH THIS HELL. The book has random, stupid facts like "They were enemies (but later forgave each other and became close friends)." AND I'M NOT EVEN JOKING. Also, it DOES NOT EVEN MENTION THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS. What kind of history book does not talk about the Gettysburg Add [...]

    2. Zach Cannon on said:

      This was the book i had to read for my A.P. U.S. History class and it worked quite well. Some chapters dragged on while others were quite interesting. People who just want to learn more details on major, well known events probably will be disappointed, as the books is more focused in the real details of the formation of the american nation. This includes the economic, political, and social subtle and not so subtle changes that created modern America. If you like to read about the wars and battle [...]

    3. Jenifer Rosenberg on said:

      This was not the best-organized of textbooks. It wasn't as well indexed as a textbook should be, and there were sections that flipped back and forth a little too much. While the pertinent information was there, it was written in a very dry manner that just slides off the brain. I am saying this as a History major who often reads nonfiction for fun. This text wasn't at all engaging. The authors did try to relate to students by having sections that compared real history to films about historical p [...]

    4. Casgads on said:

      DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK. It's incredibly bad. I can hardly imagine how much effort was put into a book this dense with crap. I can hardly comprehend the idiotic way the author chose to sprinkle in random, irrelevant facts. It's not only unbearable to read, but it's also impossible. I am an avid reader, even with textbooks, and I never really dislike a textbook. This one is like greek. It's not intellectually stimulating, informative, or clearly written. It's ridiculously structured and the syntax m [...]

    5. Brian on said:

      My AP US history book! Actually enjoyed coming home every night and doing the reading.

    6. Maria Rodriguez Hertz on said:

      It misses a lot of important information and important events in history

    7. Christopher on said:

      Garraty was a socialist - so I have it to check on his take on left-wing viewpoints.

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