American Issues:a Primary Source Reader in United States History, Volume I: to 1877.
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Pearson: 3 edition (3 Aug. 2001)
By: Irwin Unger (Author), Robert R. Tomes (Author)
For a two-semester, freshman/sophomore undergraduate level course in Survey of American History.
This popular two-volume series presents an anthology of primary documents, letters, and articles in which participants and contemporary observers express their opinions, make their observations, and reach their conclusions about events and issues of their own day that affected the nation and the American society as a whole. Updated throughout with new material and fresh perspectives, the texts continue to stimulate critical thinking and promote active learning about American history―:leading students to reject received ideas when appropriate, relate the past to their own experience, and reach conclusions on the basis of evidence.
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