America was founded on bold ideas and beliefs. This book examines the ideas and movements that shaped our nation, presenting thorough, accessible entries with sources that improve readers' understanding of the American experience. ac Contains more than 200 entries from expert contributors on a wide variety of American ideas and movements, each accompanied by a relevant original document and helpful cross references ac Covers ideas and movements across a broad sweep of U.S. history that enable readers to see recurring themes as well as how American thought has evolved ac Presents U.S. history through a unique lens that enables students to better comprehend qthe mindset of the American people, q as opposed to the traditional study of history as a series of important events and people on a fixed timelineIn January 2013, Obama introduced a series of executive and congressional actions. ... populace on gun responsibilities and gun safety. ... Lanham, MD: Rowman aamp; Littlefield. Winkler, Adam. 2011. Gunfight: The Battle over the Right to Bear Arms in America. ... government would disarm the people in order to impose rule through a standing army or select militia was pervasive in Antifederalist rhetoric. Seeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ideas and Movements That Shaped America|
|Author||:||Michael S. Green Ph.D., Scott L. Stabler Ph.D.|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-07-28|