- Author:John Arthur Garraty
- Publisher:Harper & Row, Publishers; 2nd edition (1971)
- Pages:999 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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The American Nation book. He taught at Michigan State University for 12 John Arthur Garraty was an American historian and biographer
The American Nation book. This volume is a comprehensive political history of the American nation which integrates social, economic and cultural developments in a single treatment. He taught at Michigan State University for 12 John Arthur Garraty was an American historian and biographer. He specialized largely in American political and economic history.
In The American Nation, co-authors Mark Carnes and John Garraty explore this complicated and fascinating relationship between politics and people. Paired with features such as Debating the Past, Mapping the Past, and Re-Viewing the Past, Carnes and Garraty explore the depth and complexity of the United States’ political framework, while making it easier for students to understand and explore.
This American History book is a very good, but not excellent coverage of the History of the United States. A history book with only a few maps in my opinion can not be recommended. Maps provide important visual political and geographical illustrative information that words alone can not. The book is typical entry level college material. Historical information is either very interesting with good detail to boring and vague.
The political history of the United States is intimately tied with its social, economic and cultural development. In a little over 1000 pages, Garraty covers just about every major event in United States history in interesting and extremely clear prose. I have yet to find any book that communicates such an enormous amount of information in such a small amount of space with such an enormous degree of clarity. I promise that this book will not only improve your understanding of . history, but will also serve as a lifelong reference source. A Truly Readable History Book.
a history of the United States. A Harper-American heritage textbook. 973. Library of Congress. by John Arthur Garraty, John A. Garraty, Mark C. Carnes. Published 1966 by Harper & Row in New York. 920 p. Number of pages.
John A. Garraty is the Gourverneur Morris Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University and a former president of the Society of American Historians. His publications include Unemployment in History, The New Commonwealth, The Great Depression, and numerous history textbooks.
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