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Who built America?

Who built America?

working people and the nation"s history.

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Published by Bedford/St. Martins in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Working class -- United States -- History,
  • United States -- Social conditions,
  • United States -- History

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsClark, Christopher, 1953-, American Social History Project.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD8066 .W47 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1> :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23178566M
    ISBN 100312446918, 0312446926
    ISBN 109780312446918, 9780312446925
    LC Control Number2007934299


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history survey textbooks for its clear point of view, Who Built America is a joint effort of Bedford/St. Martins and the American Social History Project, based at the Graduate Center of the City/5.

Who Built America. explores fundamental conflicts in United States history by placing working peoples’ struggle for social and economic justice at center stage. Unique among U.S. history survey textbooks for its clear point of view, Who Built America is a joint effort of Bedford/St.

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Part One: Colonization and Revolution, 1. A Meeting of Three Worlds: Europe, Africa, and American Colonization, 2. Servitude, Slavery and the Growth of the Southern Colonies, 3. The excellent first volume (of two) of the American Social History Project's grass-roots history of our nation, organized under the direction of the late Herbert G.

Gutman. This artfully designed work covers the period from the founding of the colonies through the end of Reconstruction in a novel way. Instead of recounting only how the great men of American history thought and.

Who Built America. explores fundamental conflicts in United States history by placing working peoples’ struggle for social and economic justice at center stage.

Unique among U.S. history survey textbooks for its clear point of view, Who Built America is a joint effort of Bedford/St. Martin’s and the American Social History Project, based at the Graduate Center of the City. Book review: Who Built America.

Working People and the Nation’s Economy, Politics, Culture, and Society, Vol. 1 To by Christopher Clark and Nancy A. Hewitt. New York: Worth Publishers, pages, with a substantial Appendix and index. Who Built America. surveys the nation's past from the perspective of working men and women.

Growing out of the effort to reinterpret American history from the bottom up, Who Built America. not only documents the country's presidents, politics, and wars along with the life and values of the nation's elite but also focuses on the fundamental social and economic conflicts in our.

The two-volume book was the keystone of a larger Who Built America. multimedia curriculum produced by the project to convey the latest research on the role of working people in U.S. history. For the Worth edition, Stephen Brier served as executive editor, working with Joshua Brown as visual editor, and with Roy Rosenzweig as supervising editor.

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