American History: A Survey, Volume 1
McGraw-Hill, 1991 - History - 544 pages
This survey aims to balance social and cultural with the political and diplomatic history. It aims to help instructor to organize his or her course in many different ways confident that the text will support both the topics discussed in class and provide students with the ideal book for self-study.
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