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Social Change in America: From the Revolution to the Civil War: From the Revolution Through the Civil War (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 6. September 2007

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Deeply researched...unassailable.--Harry Watson "Reviews In American History "

Beautifully written.--David W. Blight "Yale University "

Beautifully written.--Blight, David W.

Deeply researched . . . unassailable.--Harry Watson "Reviews In American History "

At last we have a book that interprets the broad sweep of social change in America.--Don H. Doyle, McCausland Professor of History, University of South Carolina

This is an intelligent and extraordinarily useful volume. Dense with information and insight . . . a thoroughly rewarding read.--Jonathan Prude

Beautifully written.--David W. Blight, Yale University

A compelling synthesis of American social history...Clark's narrative captures brilliantly and clearly the way [of] the American Revolution.--Paul G. E. Clemens, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Drawing richly on recent literature, Clark weaves extensive data into a broad and readable summary of current academic concerns and conclusions.--David Grimsted "Journal of Social History "

In this concise and lucid book, Christopher Clark clearly and insightfully explores a sweeping transformation of American society.--Alan Taylor, University of California, Davis

Beautifully written.--David W. Blight, Class of 1954 Professor of American History, Yale University, and Director of the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition at Yale University


One of our finest social historians explores the processes of social change in the late colonial period and early years of the new republic that made a dramatic imprint on the character of American society. "Intelligent and extraordinarily useful...a thoroughly rewarding read." - Jonathan Prude.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Broad Analysis 9. April 2007
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This is a useful study on the underpinnings of American social change from the Revolution period through the Civil War and the Reconstruction period. Clark analyzes elements such as the role of the family in society, the differences that existed among different geographic regions of the U.S., race and gender, the labor force and so forth to show how the U.S. was changing dramatically in some ways and in certain regions, but also how some things changed very little or very slowly, such as attitudes toward blacks, Indians, women and children in the household and the likes.

Look for great emphasis on the nature of the American family unit and the structures that existed within this unit and how that shaped society in a significant way. Clark also gives great attention to the nature of the Northern versus the Southern economies, what drove their economies and what groups were responsible for their developments (i.e. slave labor versus "free"labor). These themes will be quite familiar to most students of American history, but Clark's book is extremely useful in highlighting just what forces were shaping the country and leading it in the direction(s) it was heading.

The roles of commerce, slavery, westward expansion, migrations, religious revivalism, political parties and other such factors are touched upon to show the currents flowing in American society and how they affected peoples' lives, attitudes and beliefs. Clark's book doesn't provide a lot of new information, at least in my opinion, but it is nevertheless a thoughtful and eminently readable book on the social aspects of American history in this time period.
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I ordered the large at first and it got big. Did the exchange for a medium and I'm really happy I did. The exchange process was easy and fast. I'm stoked i got the hat I wanted and it was not a headache to get the right size. Awesome!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A fundamental coverage for any who would understand how social changes are effected over the long-term 24. Juli 2006
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For decades American history has provided surveys of changing society with a focus on early years: Social Change in America: From the Revolution Through the Civil War offers something different - the opportunity to survey changes and their lasting, far-reaching impact on American society and values. Chapters trace the roots and foundations of social change through all the decades, analyzing families, households, work and more. It's a fundamental coverage for any who would understand how social changes are effected over the long-term.

Diane C. Donovan

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