Moving On: The American People Since 1945 (Paperback)George Donelson Moss (author)
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Combines traditional history with a focus on the American people.
A comprehensive overview of U.S. History since World War II, Moving On weaves together political, economic, diplomatic, and military history, while incorporating the social, demographic, environmental, and cultural history of the period.
The text also features a focus on the late 1960s as a major turning point in post-war America.
Upon completing this book readers will be able to:Understand the key events, players, and issues that define post 1945-America Understand the social and cultural legacy of the important decades of post-1945 America Know the importance of each decade in shaping America through the new millennium
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 408
Weight: 770 g
Dimensions: 23 x 177 x 23 mm
Edition: 5th edition
"This text offers the best mix of readability, topicality, and affordability on the market today."
-Burke Miller, Northern Kentucky University
"This is a competently written if not especially sophisticated text, which benefits from logical organization and a widely-applicable reading level."
-Blaine Brown, Broward College
"I've always liked Moving On and will definitely continue to assign it in my classes... I especially like the attention to the Supreme Court and to religion, which other texts miss....Thumbs up to Moving On!"
-Yanek Mieczkowski, Dowling College