Patriot's History of the Modern World From America's Exceptional Ascent to the Atomic Bomb, 1898-1945

ISBN-10: 1595230890
ISBN-13: 9781595230898
Edition: 2012
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/11/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 496
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

"America's story from 1898 to 1945 is nothing less than the triumph of American exceptionalism over liberal progressivism, despite a few temporary victories by the latter..." Conservative historian Larry Schweikart has won wide acclaim for his #1New York Timesbestseller,A Patriot's History of the United States. It proved that, contrary to the liberal biases in countless other history books, America had not really been founded on racism, sexism, greed and oppression. Schweikart and co-author Michael Allen restored the truly great achievements of America's patriots, founders, and heroes to their rightful place of honor. Now Schweikart and co-author Dave Dougherty are back with a new perspective on America's half-century rise to the center of the world stage. This all-new volume corrects many of the biases that cloud the way people view the Treaty of Versailles, the Roaring 20s, the crash of 1929, the deployment of the atomic bomb, and other critical events in global history. No other country has shaped the modern world more than America, as a champion for innovation, equality, democracy, and freedom far disproportionate to its geographical size, its population, or even its military might. And contrary to the protestations of critics and enemies, the United States has, time and again, proved itself a force for good, far more often than not. Beginning with the Spanish-American War—which introduced the U.S. as a global military power that could no longer be ignored—and continuing through the end of World War II, this book shows how a free, capitalist nation could thrive when put face-to-face with tyrannical and socialist powers. Schweikart and Dougherty narrate the many times when America proved its dominance by upholding the principles on which it was founded—and struggled on the rare occasions when it strayed from those principles. The authors make a convincing case that America has constantly been a force for good in the world, improving standards of living, introducing new innovations, guaranteeing liberty, and offering opportunities to those who had none elsewhere. They also illustrate how the country ascended to superpower status at the same time it was figuring out its own identity. While American ideals were defeating tyrants abroad, a constant struggle against progressivism was being waged at home, leading to the stumbles of the Great Depression, the New Deal, and the attack on Pearl Harbor. Despite this rocky entrance onto the world stage, it was during this half century that the world came to embrace all things American, from its innovations and businesses to its political systems and popular culture. The U. S. began to define what the rest of the world could emulate as the new global ideal.  A Patriot’s History of the Modern Worldprovides a new perspective on our extraordinary past—and offers lessons we can apply to preserve American exceptionalism today and tomorrow. 

Introduction
American Emergence Amid European Self-Absorption
Cataclysm
Seeking Perfection in the Postwar World
The Totalitarian Moment
The Hounds Unleashed
Canopy of Freedom
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index

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