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Booknotes Stories from American History Leading Historians on the Events That Shaped Our Country

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ISBN-10: 1586480839

ISBN-13: 9781586480837

Edition: 2001

Authors: Brian Lamb

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In this title, renowned writers and historians examine more than 80 unforgettable moments in American history, from the Boston Tea Party to the Watergate break-in, from slavery to affirmative action, from Gettysburg to Iwo Jima.
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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: PublicAffairs
Publication date: 10/18/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 560
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.992
Language: English

Revolution and Founding 1776-1815
Alfred F. Young on a Shoemaker and the Boston Tea Party
Pauline Maier on Declaring Independence
Jack N. Rakove on Creating the Constitution
Robert Scigliano on The Federalist Papers
Annette Gordon-Reed on Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings
Roger G. Kennedy on the American and French Revolutions
Bernard A. Weisberger on the Contested Election of 1800
Arnold A. Rogow on the Hamilton-Burr Duel
Michael H. Cottman on the Slave Ship Henrietta Marie
The Young Nation 1815-1850
Joyce Appleby on the First Generation of Americans
Andrew Burstein on Celebrating Fifty Years of Independence
Harvey C. Mansfield on Tocqueville's Democracy in America
Slavery and the Civil War 1850-1865
Stephen B. Oates on the Buildup to the Civil War
James M. McPherson on Volunteer Soldiers
Drew Gilpin Faust on Women of the Slaveholding South
Joseph E. Stevens on the Events of 1863
James M. Perry on Civil War Correspondents
Brooks D. Simpson on Ulysses S. Grant's Military Career
Douglas L. Wilson, Allen C. Guelzo, Lerone Bennett Jr., and Differing Perspectives on Abraham Lincoln
H. W. Crocker III, Tom Wheeler, and the Leadership of Robert E. Lee
William J. Cooper Jr. on Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy
Rebuilding America and the Gilded Age 1865-1901
Witold Rybczynski on Frederick Law Olmsted and the Building of Central Park
David Haward Bain on the First Transcontinental Railroad
H. Paul Jeffers on Grover Cleveland's Political Career
H. W. Brands on the Events of the 1890s
Ben Procter on William Randolph Hearst and the Rise of Yellow Journalism
Jean Strouse on J.P. Morgan, National Banker
Progressive Era and Reaction 1901-1929
Linda O. McMurry on the Crusades of Ida B. Wells
Dorothy Herrmann on the Celebrity of Helen Keller
Gina Kolata on the 1918 Influenza Pandemic
Emily Bernard on Langston Hughes and Carl Van Vechten
Edward J. Larson on the Scopes "Monkey" Trial
Robert A. Slayton on Al Smith and the 1928 Election
Larry Tye on Edward L. Bernays and the Birth of Public Relations
A. Scott Berg on Charles Lindbergh's Reluctant Public Life
Peter Collier on the Roosevelt Dynasty
Depression and War 1929-1945
David M. Kennedy on the Great Depression and World War II
Allen Weinstein on the Early Days of Soviet Espionage
Elizabeth M. Norman on the Nurses Captured on Bataan
Amity Shlaes on the Creation of the Withholding Tax
James Bradley on Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima
Tom Brokaw on the World War II Generation
Nicholas Lemann on the Great Black Migration
Sally Bedell Smith, David Brinkley, Peter Jennings, and Early Network News
Early Cold War 1945-1957
David Fromkin on Five Men Who Shaped the Post--World War II World
Christopher Matthews on the Unlikely Kennedy--Nixon Friendship
Jean Edward Smith on Lucius D. Clay and Postwar Berlin
Zachary Karabell on Truman Defeats Dewey
Arthur Herman on the Rise and Fall of Joseph McCarthy
Norman Podhoretz on the New York Intelligentsia
Social Transformation 1957-1975
Roy Reed on Orval Faubus and the Desegregation of Central High School
Robert Dallek on Lyndon Johnson and the 1960 Election
Jay Parini on Robert Frost and the Kennedy Inauguration
Donald Kagan on the Cuban Missile Crisis
Andrew Young on Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter from a Birmingham Jail
Diane McWhorter on the 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing
Ben Bradlee on the Kennedy Years
Arlen Specter on the Warren Commission
Jeff Shesol on the RFK-LBJ Feud
Anthony Lewis on New York Times Co. v. Sullivan
Jon Margolis on Stories from 1964
Tinsley E. Yarbrough on John Marshall Harlan and the Warren Court
Leonard Garment on Getting to Know Richard M. Nixon
Charles V. Hamilton on the Life and Career of Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Elizabeth Taylor on Richard J. Daley and Chicago's Political Machine
Peter R. Kann and Frances FitzGerald on Reporting from Vietnam
Stuart I. Rochester on American POWs in Vietnam
The Culture Wars 1975-2000
Irving Kristol, Nina J. Easton, and the Rise of the Neoconservatives
Kiron K. Skinner on the Forgotten Radio Scripts of Ronald Reagan
John A. Farrell on the Political Lore of Tip O'Neill
Shelby Steele, Cornel West, Thomas Sowell, Randall Robinson: A Symposium on Race
Don Oberdorfer on the Reagan-Gorbachev Summits
Marlin Fitzwater on Reagan, Bush, and the Press
Bob Woodward on Planning the Persian Gulf War
John Podhoretz on the Last Days of the First Bush White House
Richard E. Cohen on Dan Rostenkowski's Fall from Power
Tim Russert on a Half-Century of Meet the Press
Bonnie Angelo on Modern Presidents' Mothers
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