Making a Nation: The United States and Its People, Volume 2
Political economy framework. Role of the individual. Global approach. Making a Nation, Portfolio Edition, Volume Two focuses on the relationships that shape and define human identity-culture, race, gender, class and sectional relations. The text shows that politics and the economy do not simply shape, but in turn are shaped by, the lives and cultural values of ordinary men and women. Automatically includes U.S. History Document CD-ROM with 300 primary source documents. Text-format is 2-color, smaller trim size and costs 60%less than comprehensive texts. .
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Reconstructing a Nation 18651877
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