The Great Republic: A History of the American People, Volum 1
D.C. Heath and Company, 1992 - 656 sider
The Great Republic aims to narrate and interpret American history around a central structure of several overarching themes: the reconciling of majority and minority interests in governing the body politic; the relations between America and the outer world; and the role of ideas in shaping American society and institutions.
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