America and the Cold War (1949-1969)
Fulfill the need to incorporate primary source in your American history material with this engaging new series. Each book uses a variety of primary source documents, to capture readers' attention and provide a unique perspective on history events. Public documents, including newspaper articles, speeches, historic acts of legislation, and treaties, give reader a broader understanding of the events that shaped our nation, while personal diaries and letter provide intimate portraits of the people who influenced or witnessed those events. Featuring words drawn straight from the shapers of history, this captivating series gives readers richer understanding of the nation's history.
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