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Cause & Effect: The American Revolution (Hardcover)

Hal Marcovitz

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ISBN 10: 160152790X / ISBN 13: 9781601527905
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Title: Cause & Effect: The American Revolution (...

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Examines the American Revolution, discussing the events leading up to it; the impact of major battles, participants, and actions; and its lasting effect both globally and in the United States.

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Gr 9 Up-Outstanding analysis of factors responsible for some of history's most significant events distinguishes this well-written set. Books open with a brief description of a pivotal moment and topic overview, followed by four chapters that ask and answer a key question. Chapter topics vary but generally include an underlying cause (e.g., the Treaty of Versailles in World War II), the effects of important decisions or events (such as how French support of the Americans affected the American and French Revolutions), and the aftermath (for instance, the continuing legacy of Roman civilization) of each subject. Authors include contemporary scholarship and provide plenty of background. Occasional sidebars and illustrations add to the text. These selections offer readable, thought-provoking content that will help students gain the deeper comprehension of causality in history required by contemporary learning standards. VERDICT Valuable additions to any collection serving high school students.α(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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