Words that make America great
Words That Make America Greatcontains all the texts that have been important in our history: from theDeclaration of IndependenceandThe Constitution, to theGettysburg Addressand theEmancipation Proclamationto the Roe v. Wade decision and theContract with America. All are arranged in categories such as Foreign Affairs, Presidential Authority, and Inaugural Addresses, with each category arranged in chronological order. Every entry has commentary on its meaning and importance. Fifteen significant categories cover early history, foreign affairs, presidential authority, civil rights, Native Americans and more Overview essays for each category and introductions to every document clarify the historical context and significance of each event and idea.
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The Patriot's Handbook: A Citizenship Primer for a New Generation of Americans
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Acknowledges free sovereign and independent States The Paris Peace Treaty 1783
An ample journal must afford much intelligence Lewis Clark 1806
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