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Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Third Edition) (Vol. 2)
Eric Foner presents a market leading resource available for purchase or rental in his textbook entitled Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Third Edition) (Vol. 2), ISBN 9780393935431. This text boasts an unwavering presentation coupled with a single-voice style of writing to provide students with a balanced viewpoint of American history. A...
Eric Foner presents a market leading resource available for purchase or rental in his textbook entitled Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Third Edition) (Vol. 2), ISBN 9780393935431. This text boasts an unwavering presentation coupled with a single-voice style of writing to provide students with a balanced viewpoint of American history. A chronological format makes this book easy-to-follow as well as the consistent theme of freedom in American history which is threaded throughout. This volume is more concise in nature than other editions and integrates new instructional features to aid students in reading and reviewing content. Eric Foner regulary teaches the 19th century survey at Columbia University, where he is DeWitt Clinton Professor of History. He is a renowned historian across the disciplines including political and social history and a veteran author with books taking top awards in the profession. Foner has also served as president of both major history organizations—the American Historical Association and the Organization of American Historians. Foner maps out the contents of Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Third Edition) (Vol. 2) across three succinct parts and 15 chapters. Part 1 offers students coverage of 'American Colonies to 1763' with discussion of a new world, American beginnings from 1607-1650, North American colonies from 1650-1750, and slavery, freedom, and the struggle for empire through 1763. Part 2 presents chapters devoted to 'A New Nation, 1763-1840.' Events and topics discussed in this section include the American Revolution, founding a nation, securing the republic, the market revolution, as well as democracy in America from 1815-1840. The concluding section of this book is that of part 3 which discusses 'Slavery, Freedom, and the Crisis of the Union, 1840-1877.' These final chapters present information on an age of reform, a house divided, a new birth of freedom, as well as reconstruction from 1865-1877.
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