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However, as historians they sold out on the students of history by not supplying all the information needed (the maps!).
The American Nation offers a detailed standard history of the United States, with materials beyond what can be covered in a classroom. It also has features within the book to encourage original thinking on the part of students. Billy Hathorn, Laredo Community College. This American History book is a very good, but not excellent coverage of the History of the United States. The book is typical entry level college material. However, as historians they sold out on the students of history by not supplying all the information needed (the maps!).
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Against such measures, The American Nation comes up sorely lacking. As one would expect from a text with such longevity, Garraty's work has some strong points. The Student Study Guide is simply a very watered down version of the chapters, complete with some very basic study exercises. Each section includes a set of critical thinking exercises that do not require much critical thinking, such as having to label ten statements like, "The trade of the world must and shall be ours," as either isolationist or expansionist.
John Arthur Garraty (July 4, 1920 – December 19, 2007) was an American historian and biographer. He specialized largely in American political and economic history. Garraty earned an undergraduate degree at Brooklyn College in 1941 and completed his doctorate at Columbia University in 1948. During World War II, he served in the United States Merchant Marine as a swimming instructor.
Mark C Carnes, John A Garraty. The political history of the United States is intimately tied with its social, economic and cultural development
Mark C Carnes, John A Garraty. The political history of the United States is intimately tied with its social, economic and cultural development. Co-authors Mark Carnes and John Garraty explore this relationship and show how it took the voices and actions of many peoples to produce this singular political structure - The United States of America.
Extract of sample "American Nation: A History of the United States". History - United States History 1865. American Nation: A History of the United s The prologue American Nation: A History of the United s is a collaborative effort by MarkC. Carnes and John A. Garraty. Carnes and Garraty describe how the different vices and actions of many people produce a particular political structure in the United States. Discuss the reasons for America's rise as a world power from 1865-1895 and the events that led to the Spanish War of 1898. Then discuss the of the war and its impact on United States foreign policy.
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