[This book explores] seven broad themes central to American history: global relations, [the] Constitutional heritage, democratic values, technology and society, cultural diversity, geographic diversity, and economic development. They provide a context for the historical events [which] will help [the student] understand the connections between historical events and see how past events are relevant to today's social, political, and economic concerns. -Themes in American history. Throughout [the book, the student is] asked to think critically about the events and issues that have shaped U.S. history ... Helping [the student] develop critical thinking skills is a [key] goal of [the text]. -Critical thinking and the study of history.Excerpt from Filipinos: Forgotten Asian Americans, a Pictorial Essay, 1763-circa 1963 by Fred Cordova. ... Munson- Williams-Proctor Institute: From aquot;Statements by artists 1 963aquot; from 1913 Armory Show 50th Anniversary Exhibition, 1963, .... Random House, Inc.: From aquot;Sweatshopsaquot; from The Good Ole Days a TTipv Were Terrible! by Otto L. Bettman. ... Jacqueline Rhoads: From aquot;Jacqueline Navarra Rhoadsaquot; from Nurses in Vietnam: The Forgotten Veterans, edited by Dan Freedmananbsp;...
|Title||:||Todd & Curti's the American nation|
|Author||:||Paul S. Boyer|