The American Story presents a balanced and manageable overview of the United States as an unfolding story of national development, integrating social and political history into a coherent and compelling narrative.
Acknowledging the nation's rich diversity of class, race, gender, and ethnicity, this edition tells the story both of the people who, through their collective and individual endeavors, shaped the past and of the demands that events placed upon them. This text, based on the bestselling America Past and Present text, is presented in a highly affordable Penguin Academic edition.
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Skillfully blending the essentials of political, social, economic, diplomatic and cultural history into a seamless narrative, The American Story, Third Edition, presents a compact yet compelling story of the United States and its people–the powerful elite as well as the ordinary men and women who have effected and been affected by the events that have shaped the nation.
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