American Character and Culture in a Changing World: Some Twentieth-Century Perspectives

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Greenwood Press, 1979 - History - 395 pages
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Twenty-five essays provide an interdisciplinary study into the nature of American character and experience, personality and culture, the visions and problems of special groups, and the roles of literature and history in a changing culture

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