6 edition of America, empire of liberty found in the catalog.
America, empire of liberty
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||E178 .R469 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009017831|
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The book walks the reader through the storied history of the American descent into Empire by contrasting the ideas of individual Liberty espoused by the Nation's founders and the key charter documents with an explanation of the psychology of Empire building, the misdeeds and outright crimes of key American politicians, the atrocities of war and the contradictions of state run . Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early Republic, by Gordon Wood, Oxford University Press. The precarious compromises wrought during the Constitutional Convention of set the stage for this epic chronicle of the early republic by a Pulitzer Prize–winning historian.
It was Thomas Jefferson who envisioned the United States as a great 'empire of liberty.' In the first new one-volume history in two decades, David Reynolds takes Jefferson's phrase as a key to the saga of America - helping unlock both its grandeur and its paradoxes. He examines how the anti-empire of became the greatest superpower the world. America, Empire of Liberty A New History of the United States (Book): Reynolds, David: "It was Thomas Jefferson who envisioned the United States as a great "empire of liberty." In this single volume history of the United States, prize-winning historian David Reynolds takes Jefferson's phrase as a key to the American saga. He examines how the anti-empire of became the .
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The author covers a lot of ground but gives more emphasis to the 20th century as major events and cultural movements then shaped America today. He weaves his narrative together with three themes: empire, liberty and faith.
The book explores how the American people shaped their story and confronted the paradoxes inherent in these three by: 1. America This book, America, Empire of Liberty, by the historian David Reynolds tells the story of American history in much the same way, though not always with the flair of Churchill.
Even so, it was a very good read and a book I would by: 2. America: Empire of Liberty by David Reynolds. Wally Dalloway. America's self-image as a perfect democracy, though, should be taken with a pinch of. Despite being billed as the best one-volume history of the United States in recent times, "America: Empire of Liberty" is a remarkably uneven book.
Reynolds starts off well with a reminder of pre Native Americans achievements and a caustic look at the Columbus America. This new, personal interpretation of American history - on the themes of Empire, Liberty and Faith - is David Reynolds' definitive work on the story begins in the eighteenth century, with an extended struggle among the rival empires of France, Britain and Spain for predominance in North America, which Britain eventually wins in the 'first world war' of /5(1).
Of course, empire, liberty and faith are not news, and it might be questioned whether these three themes are themselves sufficiently revolutionary to open up and reconfigure the great American. A magisterial history of the United States by a prize-winning historian "The best one-volume history of the United States ever written." —Joseph J.
Ellis, author of Founding Brothers and The Quartet Thomas Jefferson envisioned the United States as a /5(3). America, Empire of Liberty. A New History by David Reynolds A Summary by Raj Mitra Subject This vivid and fascinating book, incorporating an explosion of new scholarship, tells of the origins and development of the United States.
The author is a Professor of InternationalFile Size: KB. AMERICA, EMPIRE OF LIBERTY: A New History of the United States User Review - Kirkus. A concise and still-inclusive history of America—from Cahokia to the presidential election—by accomplished British historian Reynolds (International History/Cambridge Univ.; Summits: Six Read full review5/5(1).
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In the first new one-volume history in two decades, David Reynolds takes Jeffersons phrase as a. In Empire of Liberty: The Statecraft of Thomas Jefferson, the authors Robert W. Tucker, a professor of American diplomacy at The Johns Hopkins University, and David C.
This epic narrative tells America’s story through the voices of those who lived it—Presidents and farmers, mothers and children, settlers and soldiers, slaves and Native Americans. The series celebrates the country’s achievements but also examines its paradoxes by investigating three abiding themes of American life: empire, liberty, and Pages: 1.
Gordon S. Wood begins Empire of Liberty with a summary of Washington Irving’s story of Rip Van Winkle, the legendary man who fell asleep. Buy a cheap copy of The Dominion of War: Empire and Liberty book by Fred Anderson. Americans often think of their nation’s history as a movement toward ever-greater democracy, equality, and freedom.
Wars in this story are Cited by: Praise For America, Empire of Liberty: A New History of the United States Publishers Weekly “In an animated overview up to the present time, Cambridge historian Reynolds (In Command of History) captures the sprawling chronicle of a nation forged from the fires of revolution, populated by immigrants and constantly evolving politically and.Read "America, Empire of Liberty A New History of the United States" by David Reynolds available from Rakuten Kobo.
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