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MyHistoryLab with Pearson eText Student Standalone Access Card for America Past and Present, Combo Ed. (standalone) (9th Edition) (Myhistorylab (Access Codes))

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With its careful balance of the social and political dimensions of our history, America Past and Present presents the experiences of both the ordinary men and women and the extraordinary historical figures who have contributed so much to our American past. A lively narrative, clear organization, attractive maps and illustrations, and exceptional pedagogy will help you bett...more
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Published January 25th 2010 by Prentice Hall (first published 1987)
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Danielle
After nearly a year of reading this textbook, I feel very qualified to give my opinion.

I read this for AP US History. It's actually the first textbook I have read cover to cover, and it is a very long one at that. I'm going to divide this review into what I liked about it, and what I absolutely detested.

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It has abundant resources. I appreciated the Appendix possibly more than the text. Good information about presidents, supreme court justices, the Constitution, The Declaration of Indepe...more
Deanna
This is for BYU History 220- (American History to 1877).--- Whew, got it done! This books reads very smoothly and I looked forward to reading the chapters. So, as far as my textbooks have gone, this one was better than most of the others.

I felt they gave an unbiased view of the events leading up to and during the civil war in regards to the south. The only complaint I have was that it was very heavy handed on the women's rights-not so unbiased. They were heavy handed on "The Cult of Domesticity...more
Christian Skowronski
This AP US History textbook is outstanding! At first, the rhythm of the writing was difficult to grasp. However, at the end of the very accurate textbook, it was just like any other novel I've ever read. The book greatly enhanced my skills as a reader!

I can only imagine the amount of research that the authors had to do but I can imagine that they are incredibly satisfied with their work of art. I put my personal stamp of classroom approval of the textbook. I would also recommend this textbook to...more
Kare
I don't think I have ever read a whole textbook before. Word for word. Bleh.
Becky
I don't enjoy reading textbooks, and this one was no exception.
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