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We used this book for my American History Class since 1945. I like learning about history.
Paul S. Boyer, Merle Curti Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, earned his P. from Harvard University. We used this book for my American History Class since 1945. The major thing that my classmates and I disliked about the book is how it would jump time periods.
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Paul Boyer's "Promises To Keep" is an excellent textbook for the post-World War II society. He has references to important films, art works, and books throughout. A non-history major undergraduate's thoughts. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. This is an excellent textbook for courses on US history 1945-present. It covered all topics, from the civil rights movement to Iran-Contra, thoroughly and provided many supporting details.
This challenging and motivating text presents the experience of the . in World War II as a backdrop for understanding recent developments and events in American history.
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Designed for the ". Since 1945" course, this comprehensive survey presents the World War II experience as a backdrop for understanding recent developments and events in American history. The text features four principal, interwoven themes: the pervasive impact of the Cold War; the effects of social-protest movements among African Americans, women, and other groups; the sources and impact of economic, demographic, and cultural changes; and a thorough examination of politics