â™ Book Title : A History of the American People
✍Author : Woodrow Wilson
â™›Publisher : Cosimo, Inc.
♣Release Date : 2008-01-01
âśżPages : 400
â™ ISBN : 9781605204611
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

đź“ťA History of the American People SYNOPSIS : What with adventurers who were ungovernable and men of industry and ability who wished to be let alone, it was not an easy or a promising place in which to set up the authority of proprietors who were in England and had done nothing to help the men whom they meant to govern. Sir William Berkeley, nevertheless, being himself one of the proprietors, took the first step towards making good the rights of the new masters in 1664, when, by the authority of his associates, he commissioned William Drummond to act as governor among the people at Chowan and Perquimans. from Chapter VIII: New Jersey and Carolina Before he served as the 28th President of the United States, from 1913 to 1921, before he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1919, THOMAS WOODROW WILSON (1856 1924) was a lawyer and an academic: a university professor of history and politics, and president of Princeton University. It was during his tenure at Princeton that he penned this five-volume history of the United States, and it reflects many of the biases he later brought to national politics, from racial prejudice to anti-immigration attitudes. In Volume I, Wilson sets the stage for the European settlement of North America, as the Elizabethan age of discovery gives way to a new era of commerce and organization. With the arrival of the English in 1607, the curtain opens on a swarming of the continent, as colonies are founded and corporations established to mine the resource-rich wealth of the New World. From the Virginia Company and the landing on Plymouth to the impact of the English Civil War and Protestant revolution on the colonies, here is the beginning of the story of the American people. This beautiful replica of the 1902 first edition features all the original halftone illustrations. Students of Wilson and of the ever-changing lens through which history is told and retold will find this an enlightening and illuminating work.

â™ Book Title : Railroads and the American People
✍Author : H. Roger Grant
â™›Publisher : Indiana University Press
♣Release Date : 2012
âśżPages : 309
â™ ISBN : 9780253006332
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

đź“ťRailroads and the American People SYNOPSIS : Looks at the impact and importance of railroads and railroad travel on cities and towns throughout the United States, from 1830 through 1930.

â™ Book Title : The American People Volume 1
✍Author : Larry Kramer
â™›Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux
♣Release Date : 2015-04-07
âśżPages : 800
â™ ISBN : 9780374712976
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝The American People Volume 1 SYNOPSIS : The long-awaited new novel by America's master playwright and activist—a radical reimagining of our history and our hopes and fears Forty years in the making, The American People embodies Larry Kramer's vision of his beloved and accursed homeland. As the founder of ACT UP and the author of Faggots and The Normal Heart, Kramer has decisively affected American lives and letters. Here, as only he can, he tells the heartbreaking and heroic story of one nation under a plague, contaminated by greed, hate, and disease yet host to transcendent acts of courage and kindness. In this magisterial novel's sweeping first volume, which runs up to the 1950s, we meet prehistoric monkeys who spread a peculiar virus, a Native American shaman whose sexual explorations mutate into occult visions, and early English settlers who live as loving same-sex couples only to fall victim to the forces of bigotry. George Washington and Alexander Hamilton revel in unexpected intimacies, and John Wilkes Booth's motives for assassinating Abraham Lincoln are thoroughly revised. In the twentieth century, the nightmare of history deepens as a religious sect conspires with eugenicists, McCarthyites, and Ivy Leaguers to exterminate homosexuals, and the AIDS virus begins to spread. Against all this, Kramer sets the tender story of a middle-class family outside Washington, D.C., trying to get along in the darkest of times. The American People is a work of ribald satire, prophetic anger, and dazzling imagination. It is an encyclopedic indictment written with outrageous love.

📒America And The American People ✍ Friedrich von Raumer

â™ Book Title : America and the American People
✍Author : Friedrich von Raumer
â™›Publisher :
♣Release Date : 1846
âśżPages : 512
â™ ISBN : STANFORD:36105036998792
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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â™ Book Title : The American Experience in World War II The American people at war minorities and women in the Second World War
✍Author : Walter L. Hixson
â™›Publisher : Taylor & Francis
♣Release Date : 2003
âśżPages : 352
â™ ISBN : 0415940389
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

đź“ťThe American Experience in World War II The American people at war minorities and women in the Second World War SYNOPSIS : Relational Psychotherapy: A Primeradvances the understanding of this comprehensive, reliable model of treatment as it follows the trajectory of the therapy process from beginning to end. Using clear language and warm human terms, experienced therapist and teacher Patricia DeYoung addresses the challenges and rewards of doing relational therapy. She presents relational therapy against a wide range of contemporary psychotherapies, weaving a working synthesis of self psychology, intersubjective theory, various psychoanalytically informed developmental theories, relational psychoanalysis, and feminist self-in-relation theory. Relational Psychotherapyis an essential reference text for both therapists and students, while its personal and lucid writing style make it easily accessible to clients interested in learning more about psychotherapy.

â™ Book Title : The Enduring Vision A History of the American People
✍Author : Paul Boyer
â™›Publisher : Cengage Learning
♣Release Date : 2007-01-10
âśżPages : 1136
â™ ISBN : 9780618801596
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

đź“ťThe Enduring Vision A History of the American People SYNOPSIS : The Enduring Vision features an engaging narrative that integrates political, social, and cultural history within a chronological framework. The first U.S. history survey to incorporate sustained attention to cultural history, the text is also known for its innovative coverage of public health, the environment, and the West--including Native American history.The Sixth Edition presents increased global coverage and a new comparative feature, Beyond America: Global Interactions, which provides an international context for significant developments in the United States. A range of student oriented pedagogical features, including focus questions and an online glossary, makes this edition even more accessible. The authors continue to explore the enduring vision of the American people, a vision they describe as a shared determination to live up to the values that give meaning to America. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

â™ Book Title : Awash in a Sea of Faith
✍Author : Jon Butler
â™›Publisher : Harvard University Press
♣Release Date : 1990
âśżPages : 360
â™ ISBN : 0674056019
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

đź“ťAwash in a Sea of Faith SYNOPSIS : Challenging the formidable tradition that places early New England Puritanism at the center of the American religious experience, Yale historian Jon Butler offers a new interpretation of three hundred years of religious and cultural development. Butler stresses the instability of religion in Europe where state churches battled dissenters, magic, and astonishingly low church participation. He charts the transfer of these difficulties to America, including the failure of Puritan religious models, and describes the surprising advance of religious commitment there between 1700 and 1865. Through the assertion of authority and coercion, a remarkable sacralization of the prerevolutionary countryside, advancing religious pluralism, the folklorization of magic, and an eclectic, syncretistic emphasis on supernatural interventionism, including miracles, America emerged after 1800 as an extraordinary spiritual hothouse that far eclipsed the Puritan achievement--even as secularism triumphed in Europe. Awash in a Sea of Faith ranges from popular piety to magic, from anxious revolutionary war chaplains to the cool rationalism of James Madison, from divining rods and seer stones to Anglican and Unitarian elites, and from Virginia Anglican occultists and Presbyterians raised from the dead to Jonathan Edwards, Joseph Smith, and Abraham Lincoln. Butler deftly comes to terms with conventional themes such as Puritanism, witchcraft, religion and revolution, revivalism, millenarianism, and Mormonism. His elucidation of Christianity's powerful role in shaping slavery and of a subsequent African spiritual "holocaust," with its ironic result in African Christianization, is an especially fresh and incisive account. Awash in a Sea of Faith reveals the proliferation of American religious expression--not its decline--and stresses the creative tensions between pulpit and pew across three hundred years of social maturation. Striking in its breadth and deeply rooted in primary sources, this seminal book recasts the landscape of American religious and cultural history.

â™ Book Title : A History of the American People
✍Author : Paul Johnson
â™›Publisher : Harper Collins
♣Release Date : 2009-06-30
âśżPages : 1104
â™ ISBN : 0061952133
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

📝A History of the American People SYNOPSIS : The prize winning classic work on the post Civil War period which wrenched American society, now with a new introduction by the author. "The creation of the United States of America is the greatest of all human adventures," begins Paul Johnson’s remarkable new American history. "No other national story holds such tremendous lessons, for the American people themselves and for the rest of mankind." Johnson’s history is a reinterpretation of American history from the first settlements to the Clinton administration. It covers every aspect of U.S. history—politics; business and economics; art, literature and science; society and customs; complex traditions and religious beliefs. The story is told in terms of the men and women who shaped and led the nation and the ordinary people who collectively created its unique character. Wherever possible, letters, diaries, and recorded conversations are used to ensure a sense of actuality. "The book has new and often trenchant things to say about every aspect and period of America’s past," says Johnson, "and I do not seek, as some historians do, to conceal my opinions." This is an in-depth portrait of a great people, from their fragile origins through their struggles for independence and nationhood, their heroic efforts and sacrifices to deal with the 'organic sin’ of slavery and the preservation of the Union to its explosive economic growth and emergence as a world power and its sole superpower. Johnson discusses such contemporary topics as the politics of racism, education, Vietnam, the power of the press, political correctness, the growth of litigation, and the rising influence of women. He sees Americans as a problem-solving people and the story of America as "essentially one of difficulties being overcome by intelligence and skill, by faith and strength of purpose, by courage and persistence... Looking back on its past, and forward to its future, the auguries are that it will not disappoint humanity." This challenging narrative and interpretation of American history by the author of many distinguished historical works is sometimes controversial and always provocative. Johnson’s views of individuals, events, themes, and issues are original, critical, and admiring, for he is, above all, a strong believer in the history and the destiny of the American people.

â™ Book Title : The Constitutional Rights Privileges and Immunities of the American People
✍Author : Arnold T. Guminski
â™›Publisher : iUniverse
♣Release Date : 2009
âśżPages : 376
â™ ISBN : 9781440125898
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

đź“ťThe Constitutional Rights Privileges and Immunities of the American People SYNOPSIS : The Constitutional Rights, Privileges, and Immunities of the American People explores the idea that the Supreme Court should radically revise its general theory of constitutional rights and discusses various aspects of some special theories of constitutional rights in order to ensure a sufficient universe of discourse. As a former deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County, Guminski gained a wealth of experience in preparing arguments for appellate courts. Based on his experience and careful research, he proposes a persuasive theory that explains why some but not all rights secured against infringement by the United States are also secured against infringement by the states by both the privileges or immunities and the due process clauses of the fourteenth amendment, adopted in 1868. He examines whether national citizenship before the Civil War was paramount and superior, addresses the procedural and substantive aspects of the due process clause, and recites the reasons supporting his general theory. In presenting the essentials of his theory about how the Constitution should be judicially construed, Guminski thereby encourages other citizens to express their own opinions about constitutional law with the hope that these views may one day have an impact on the way the Supreme Court interprets the Constitution.

â™ Book Title : A history of the American people Volume 10
✍Author : Wilson, Woodrow
â™›Publisher : Best Books on
♣Release Date : 1918-01-01
âśżPages : 425
â™ ISBN : 9781623761578
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

đź“ťA history of the American people Volume 10 SYNOPSIS :