Mark Stein





Mark Stein

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Average rating: 3.41 · 2,036 ratings · 453 reviews · 12 distinct works · Similar authors
How the States Got Their Sh...
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How the States Got Their Sh...
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American Panic: A History o...
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The Groves of Academe and T...
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At Long Last Leo
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“In reality, France's American territory extended to the west as far as a Frenchman could go without getting shot by a Spaniard, and likewise to the north without getting shot by an Englishman.”
Mark Stein, How the States Got Their Shapes

“The origin of Georgia's southern border is simpler than that of it's northern border. And bloodier”
Mark Stein, How the States Got Their Shapes

“Britain indeed did not recede but rather, turning to Mexico, raised the stakes by urging Mexico to go to war with the United States over Texas.”
Mark Stein, How the States Got Their Shapes Too: The People Behind the Borderlines

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