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The Unfinished Nation offers anyone interested in American history a picture of how new scholarship has changed our understanding of our past. It also shows how, despite these important changes, the story of America remains just that: a "story," made newly complicated perhaps, but no less remarkable and compelling for those complications.

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Book 1 of 2 in Unfinished Nation (2 Book Series). ISBN-13: 978-0077412296. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

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I bought this for myself, not for a class, because I wanted something comprehensive. I was prepared to sacrifice readability if necessary. But this is beautifully written, even-handed (as far as I can tell), intelligent without requiring a lot of prior knowledge, and mercifully lacking in that “welcome to my suffocating, hermetically sealed moral universe” flavor that a lot of textbooks used to have. The price may not be conducive to casual reading, ditto the layout (though I got used to it pretty quickly), but if those are not deal-breakers, I heartily recommend this book.
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Simply an excellent resource of American History. American history is actually a pretty complicated and sometimes a not so pretty picture when you dig into the details and conflicts among politicians, countries (America, England, France, Spain), movements, and institutions. The Unfinished Nation does a very good job of telling the reader how everything transpired. After you read this, you will probably feel that we are lucky to have come through all of this to be the nation we are today.
I order it for my brother-in-law’s goverment lesson. It is clear, non sketched book. But the rental cost is a bit expensive, I think. I sent back when the lesson finished. Generally it is good deal instead of pay more.
Not all history textbooks go into the intricate details that this specific text book does. Anyone who is looking for a interesting and thorough look at the civil war era onward will love the content hidden inside. In my college class, there were seven foreign exchange students, not only did they learn in great detail about the information, but they also went on to change their majors to history as well!
I enjoyed how this book was rarely opened for my online class but I still needed it for one assignment. Community college....
I got this book for school and I really enjoyed it, told history in an interesting way. Not just about the big events but also about the peoples lives during that time. The chapters and sections were organized in a very good manner. I would recommend this to people who like history in general not just students.
My book came a bit worn out, the binding is starting to fall off and there was underlined text and some writing but I only need it to read and at least my copy is still readable. Can't wait for this semester to be over so I can return it though. For $12 to rent it for the semester, I don't know what else I would of expected