11 edition of An emotional history of the United States found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter N. Stearns and Jan Lewis.|
|Series||The history of emotions series, History of emotion series.|
|Contributions||Stearns, Peter N., Lewis, Jan, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||E179 .E54 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 476 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||476|
|ISBN 10||0814780873, 0814780881|
|LC Control Number||97033779|
The places where he gets into trouble tend to be ones like this, where he has wandered afield of the US history at the center of the book to follow some thread, but then gets a bit selective about how he follows it. Zinn argues that the government began making reforms against discrimination although without making fundamental changes for the sake of changing its international image, but often did not enforce the laws that it passed. The project now offers teaching guides and bibliographies that can be freely downloaded. It involves genuinely following dialogue and responding to others using your own body language, then being able to demonstrate that you have understood by verbally summarising back key messages that have been received. The Mayflower was the ship that launched a nation.
Hamby - Nova ScienceA chronological look at how the United States took shape -- from its origins as an obscure set An emotional history of the United States book colonies on the Atlantic coast a little more than years ago into what one political analyst today calls the first universal nation. It's hard to deal with the second half of the s in any coherent fashion in a history written inand the last chapter is an essay about Zinn's hopes for the future which, while interesting reading, doesn't hold up to the standards of informative detail of the rest of the book. New York : Oxford University Press, Zinn argues that America was fighting a war that it could not win, as the Vietnamese people were in favor of the government of Ho Chi Minh and opposed the regime of Ngo Dinh Diemthus allowing them to keep morale high. That same year, the Know-Nothings in Bath, Maine, smashed the pews of a church recently purchased by Irish Catholics before hoisting an American flag from the belfry and setting the building ablaze. Where most history textbooks emphasize heroic figures, who are usually elected throughout organized political means, Zinn believes that people need no such saviors to improve their own lives.
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Kazin will be hard-pressed to charge Zinn with politicizing the intelligence here; the volume offers only Zinn's sparse introductions to each piece, letting the actors and their words speak for themselves. Blaisdell - The Athenaeum PressThis book is intended to be used as a supplementary historical reader for the pupils from twelve to fifteen years of age.
Critical reception[ edit ] When A People's History of the United States was published infuture Columbia University historian Eric Foner reviewed it in The New York Times: Professor Zinn writes with an enthusiasm rarely encountered in the leaden prose of academic history, and his text is studded with telling quotations from labor leaders, war resisters and fugitive slaves.
The critics would be churlish, however, not to acknowledge the moving example Zinn set in the civil-rights and Vietnam movements, and they would be remiss not to note the value of A People's History, along with its limitations.
A Know-Nothing Party flag. In New York and Philadelphia angry crowds forced local officials to send the tea ships back to England without unloading their cargoes.
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Lanier, J. Denson - Mises InstituteThis remarkable book is the first full-scale revision of the official history of the U. I have endeavored in this book to describe in detail the chief points that were enacted on the most important battlefields of that War.
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The New Deal combined with World War Two had fastened leviathan control over a country born in liberty. Writer Aaron Sarver notes that although Kazin "savaged" Zinn's A People's History of the United States, "one of the few concessions Kazin made was his approval of Zinn punctuating 'his narrative with hundreds of quotes from slaves and Populistsanonymous wage-earners and They found that most students overestimated their ability, with this most likely to be the case in students who had done poorly.
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