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The Way I See it

Dueling Interpretations in American History

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Fourteen of our nation's stories are collected in this book. Each story is drawn from a different period in American history, from the time Indians first appeared on the continent to the twenty-first century War on Terror, and each resonates with significance for the nation today. The arguments in this book have provoked passionate debate between observers at the time and among generations of historians who followed. In every case, there are at least two sides to the story and multiple possible meanings. Each chapter focuses on one of these debates. After a brief introduction to the period and the issue at hand, two dueling interpretations of the topic present different ways of understanding it. Finally, some questions are outlined to help center attention on essential points and spark discussion.

Author Biography

Jason Hanson is at the University of Colorado.
Release date NZ
July 21st, 2006
Contributor
Edited by Jason Hanson
Country of Publication
Canada
Imprint
Brandy Wine Press
Pages
176
Dimensions
157x230x13
ISBN-13
9781933385143
Product ID
3080460

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