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This primary source reader was compiled by Steven Bullock and Carson Holloway both of University of Nebraska Omaha. These primary source readers show students how the United States evolved into the nation it is today. Volume I covers the founding of the United States to the end of Reconstruction and demonstrates how America's founding principles evolved significantly due to a variety of cultural, political, and economic factors. Volume II follows the end of Reconstruction, covering issues such as the expansion of industry, increased immigration, and the perceived moral decline of society, and how these all conributed to the adjustment and realignment of America's founding ideals, especially during the course of the 20th century.
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Dr. Steven Bullock is an Assistant Professor of History and Director of the Program for Comparative American Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Dr. Bullock specializes in American cultural and political history and his book, PLAYING FOR THEIR NATION: BASEBALL AND THE AMERICAN MILITARY DURING WORLD WAR II, was recently awarded the Jerry Malloy prize given to the outstanding book published in baseball history by the University of Nebraska Press. Dr. Bullock has taught numerous classes in American history, including courses relating to the founding of the United States, sport in American culture, and comparative American studies.Review:
Preface. Introduction to Volume I. 1. Equality. 2. Virtue. 3. Religion. 4. Education. 5. Republican Government. 6. Limited Government. 7. Economic Liberalism.
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Book Description Wadsworth Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110495030015