Who Built America? Working People and the Nation's History, Vol. 2: 1877 to the Present
Who Built America? explores fundamental conflicts in United States history by placing working peoples’ struggle for social and economic justice at center stage. Unique among U.S. history survey textbooks for its clear point of view, Who Built America is a joint effort of Bedford/St. Martin’s and the American Social History Project, based at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and renowned for its print, visual, and multimedia productions such as the "History Matters" Web site. With vivid prose, penetrating analysis, an acclaimed visual program, and rich documentary evidence, Who Built America? gives students a thought-provoking book they’ll want to read and instructors an irreplaceable anchor for their course.
Specifications of Who Built America? Working People and the Nation's History, Vol. 2: 1877 to the Present
|Author||American Social History Project, Christopher Clark, Nancy A. Hewitt, Roy Rosenzweig|
|Number Of Pages||912|
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