5 edition of Inventing the American dream found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -236) and index.
|Statement||Stephen van Dulken.|
|LC Classifications||T223.P2 V36 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||2004401431|
Inventing the Job of President explains how these early presidents and their successors shaped the American presidency we know today and helped the new republic prosper despite profound challenges at home and abroad. Some images inside the book are unavailable due to digital copyright restrictions. Pages in category "21st-century history books" The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
In the book “A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution” by Carol Berkin she explains the constitution from start to finish from how it all began, to the debates inside the . The first use of the phrase "the American dream" is usually attributed to James Truslow Adams in his book The American described the American dream as "a dream of land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man, with opportunity for each according to .
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9 Novels About The American Dream. Inventing the "American Way": The Politics of Consensus from the New Deal to the Civil Rights Movement is a book by American historian Wendy L. Wall, a professor at Queen's University. It deals with postwar consensus politics and a national unity which developed from governmental response to the rise of communism and hed: Janu (Oxford University Press).
Inventing the "American Way" challenges this vision of inevitable consensus. Americans, as Wendy Wall argues in this innovative book, were united, not so much by identical beliefs, as by a shared conviction that a distinctive "American Way" existed and that the affirmation of such common ground was essential to the future of the nation.
One of the Inventing the American dream book memorable images in The Great Gatsby is the green light that Gatsby watches across the water, which simultaneously symbolizes Gatsby’s love for Daisy, money, and the American Dream. We first see the green light at the end of Chapter 1, before Nick has even met Gatsby, and immediately understand it as an elusive and powerful object that has great symbolic meaning for Gatsby.
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Robert Shiller, Economist, Yale University. Robert Shiller, perhaps best known for co-inventing the Case-Shiller Home Price Index, says the American dream of building wealth through homeownership is a fallacy.
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This second volume of Starr's cultural history of the Golden State focuses on the turn-of-the-century years and the emergence of Southern California as a regional culture in its own right.
A rich narrative portrait of post-revolutionary America and the men who shaped its political future Though the American Revolution is widely recognized as our nation's founding story, the years immediately following the war--when our government was a disaster and the country was in a terrible crisis--were in fact the most crucial in establishing the country's independence/5(6).
Since the first edition of Inventing the American Woman appeared inthe study of women's history has penetrated the curriculums of most American high schools, colleges, and universities. The widespread response to Inventing, as well as subsequent requests for its revision and updating, further demonstrate the tremendous thirst that Americans have developed for knowledge concerning the.In A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution, author Carol Berkin recalls the period following the end of the Revolutionary War when the Articles of Confederation were in force as the governing code for the new United States.In the book “A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution” by Carol Berkin she explains the constitution from start to finish from how it all began, to the debates inside the convention and finally the end takes the reader and puts him directly in the middle of the convention of ; throughout the book you can feel the excitement, the frustration, the tensions between delegates and .