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978-0-452-01132-8 / 9780452011328

The Oxford History of the American People, Vol. 3: 1869 Through the Death of John F. Kennedy

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Publisher:Plume

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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THE OXFORD HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE STANDS AS THE CULMINATING ACHIEVEMENT OF OVER FIFTY YEARS OF SCHOLARSHIP, TEACHING, AND WRITING. HISTORIAN SAMUEL ELIOT MORISON-WHOSE WORKS INCLUDE THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL OPERATIONS IN WORLD WAR TWO (FIFTEEN VOLUMES) AND THE PULITZER PRIZE WINNING ADMIRAL OF THE OCEAN SEAS (TWO VOLUMES) IN THIS COMPREHENSIVE CHRONICLE BRILLIANTLY INTERMINGLES POLITICAL, MILITARY, SOCIAL, AND CULTURAL HISTORY, WITH IMPORTANT EMPHASIS ON NATIVE AMERICANS AND THE PARALLEL GROWTH OF CANADA. LEADING HISTORICAL PERSONALITIES, CHANGING NORMS OF CONDUCT, TECHNOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS, POPULAR SONGS AND SLANG, THE PHYSICAL REALITIES OF AMERICAN LIFE-ALL ARE PART OF THE REVEALING PANORAMA THE AUTHOR HAS FASHIONED. THE RESULT IS HISTORY TRULY MASTERFUL IN ITS AUTHORITY, IMMEDIACY, AND HUMANITY.

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