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Enduring Vision: A History of the American People Volume 2: From 1865

by Paul S. Boyer, Clifford E. Clarke Jr. (Author), Joseph F. Kett (Author), Neal Salisbury (Author), Harvard Sitkoff (Author)1 more, Nancy Woolch (Author)

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Noted for its innovative coverage of the West and the environment, this best selling U.S. history text provides students with a clear political narrative that incorporates social, cultural, military, and economic history.Each chapter begins with a dramatic vignette that both draws students into the chapter and presents the chapter's main themes. The vignettes are followed by three to five focus questions that provide a framework to help students understand the most important topics in the chapter.

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