History

History

Everything You Need to Know About American History but Never Learned

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Baker & Taylor
Using a question-answer format, this chronological overview offers an informal introduction to American history and features annotated reading lists and biographical profiles.

HARPERCOLL
“Reading [Kenneth C. Davis] is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had.” —People

Revised, updated, and expanded, the Twentieth Anniversary Edition of Kenneth C. Davis’s classic anti-textbookDon’t Know Much About History revitalizes the landmark book’s ability to revolutionize the way we look at our past. Like Howard Zinn’sA People’s History of the United States, Davis’s Don’t Know Much About History captivates readers with a wry and lucid, comprehensive and comprehensible narrative. With a new section covering the twenty-first century’s most significant events, from the Great Recession to Hurricane Katrina to the election of Barack Obama and more, the Twentieth Anniversary Edition ofDon’t Know Much About History reinvigorates the book’s crucial promise of delivering fascinating, insight-driven learning to a new generation of readers.



Blackwell North Amer
“Reading [Kenneth C. Davis] is like returning to the classroom of the best teacher you ever had.” —People

Revised, updated, and expanded, the Twentieth Anniversary Edition of Kenneth C. Davis’s classic anti-textbook Don’t Know Much About History revitalizes the landmark book’s ability to revolutionize the way we look at our past. Like Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States, Davis’s Don’t Know Much About History captivates readers with a wry and lucid, comprehensive and comprehensible narrative. With a new section covering the twenty-first century’s most significant events, from the Great Recession to Hurricane Katrina to the election of Barack Obama and more, the Twentieth Anniversary Edition of Don’t Know Much About History reinvigorates the book’s crucial promise of delivering fascinating, insight-driven learning to a new generation of readers.



Baker
& Taylor

A revised, updated edition of classic guide to basic American history brings readers up to date with new sections on the end of the Cold War, Clinton's impeachment, the election of 2000, and the events of September 11th.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, [2003]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2003
ISBN: 9780060083816
0060083816
Branch Call Number: 973 Davis 2003
Characteristics: xxi, 678 pages ; 24 cm

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Nov 01, 2013

Great summary and I believe an unbiased approach to American History. Only negative comment is the title...."it's not only about them"

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