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Promises to Keep the United States Since World War II: The United States Since World War II epub ebook

by P. Boyer,Paul S. Boyer

Promises to Keep the United States Since World War II: The United States Since World War II epub ebook

Author: P. Boyer,Paul S. Boyer
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: D C Heath & Co; 1st edition (March 1995)
Pages: 555 pages
ISBN: 0669203505
ISBN13: 978-0669203509
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 453
Other formats: mobi txt lrf lit


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We used this book for my American History Class since 1945. I like learning about history.

Paul S. Boyer, Merle Curti Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, earned his P. from Harvard University. We used this book for my American History Class since 1945. The major thing that my classmates and I disliked about the book is how it would jump time periods.

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Published September 1998 by Houghton Mifflin Company.

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Paul Boyer's "Promises To Keep" is an excellent textbook for the post-World War II society. He has references to important films, art works, and books throughout. A non-history major undergraduate's thoughts. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. This is an excellent textbook for courses on US history 1945-present. It covered all topics, from the civil rights movement to Iran-Contra, thoroughly and provided many supporting details.

Designed for the ". Since 1945" course, this comprehensive survey presents the World War II experience as a backdrop for understanding recent developments and events in American history

Designed for the ". Since 1945" course, this comprehensive survey presents the World War II experience as a backdrop for understanding recent developments and events in American history. The text features four principal, interwoven themes: the pervasive impact of the Cold War; the effects of social-protest movements among African Americans, women, and other groups; the sources and impact of economic, demographic, and cultural changes; and a thorough examination of politics. Boyer, Paul S. is the author of 'Promises To Keep The United States Since World War Ii', published.

World War II would go down in the history books as bringing about the .

World War II would go down in the history books as bringing about the downfall of Western Europe as the center of world power, leading to the rise of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (. setting up conditions leading to the Cold War, and opening up the nuclear age. Causes of the war. The Great Depression crippled the economies of Europe and the United States. Factories in the United States converted from civilian to war production with amazing speed. Firms that had made vacuum cleaners before the war began to produce machine guns.

The military history of the United States in World War II covers the war against the Axis powers, starting with the 7 December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. During the first two years of World War II, the United States had maintained formal neutrality as made official in the Quarantine Speech delivered by .

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Reviews (7)
Thordibandis
overpriced book. unfortunately i needed it for a US History class and was overall pretty disappointed. none of the information in this book was worth what i paid for it. the only upside to buying this book is that the school bought it from me for more than what i paid for it.

Honeirsil
Had to get it for class, not for personal use.

Kesalard
A good history book for a required class.

Maucage
Good book, great seller, worth the money

Narder
As a "used" book, it was in excellent condition. I will definitely buy used books in the future for school.

Fordrelis
We used this book for my American History Class since 1945. I like learning about history. The major thing that my classmates and I disliked about the book is how it would jump time periods. For example we would be in chapter and it would be discussing the time period 1945-1955 and then the next section would jump to 1970 and then the following section we would be back discussing 1945.

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Eh, it was a little more damaged than the description claimed, but for the price I paid, I really can't complain. The shipping was fast.

This book is garbage. Its required reading for my HIS115 class and it barely follows any logical order of events. I'm so lost. It jumps forward, it jumps back. It expects you to remember vividly almost any reference made to subjects predating the time period, references running concurrently and explained in non-chronological segments, and references to future chapters and events. The writing tone of the author is needlessly complex as if trying to impress the audience of his grandiose selection of wording. Major terminology is left undefined, leaving the reader to presume its meaning and scope. Large concepts are not highlighted very well. I have to reread every second or third paragraph because the mindless drivel of the author puts my reading into overdrive and I'm merely reading words in progression. This needs to be completely rewritten. The author needs to stop trying to impress his peers with complexity and focus more on its original purpose of educating. 95% of this is in one ear, out the other. Its just intolerable.

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