Out of Our Past
The original edition of this now classic work was hailed by Jacob Cohen in The Nation as "the finest one-volume interpretation of American history extant."
For this Third Edition of Out of Our Past, Carl Degler has added a comprehensive new chapter on the historical development of American families, brought up to date the discussion of U.S. foreign policy, greatly expanded sections dealing with the place and history of women in our past, and made numerous changes throughout the text in light of scholarship published since the appearance of the 1970 Revised Edition.
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The Widening Stream 2 Hewers of Wood and Drawers
NEW WORLD ACOMIN
Jesus Versus Ricardo 2 Be It Ever So Small 3 The
THE THIRD AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Hunger Is Not Debatable 2 The End of Laissez Faire
The Modern Family First Emerges 2 Not All Families Were
A New Diplomacy for a New Era 2 Looking Outward
A Peoples War 2 A Businessmens Government 3
MACHINES MEN AND SOCIALISM
Critical Bibliographical Essay