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Do the Americas have a common history? : a critique of the Bolton theory

Author: Lewis Hanke
Publisher: New York : Alfred A Knopf, 1964.
Series: Borzoi books on Latin America.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Sixteen articles discussing the thesis first proposed by Herbert E. Bolton in his famous address of 1932, "The Epic of Greater America."
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hanke, Lewis.
Do the Americas have a common history?
New York, Knopf, 1964
(OCoLC)560641854
Named Person: Herbert Eugene Bolton; Herbert Eugene Bolton; Herbert Eugene Bolton; Herbert Eugene Bolton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Hanke
OCLC Number: 5988493
Notes: "LA-3."
Description: x, 269 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: I : Precursors --
The neglected half of American history / Bernard Moses --
The contribution of the romance nations to the history of the Americas / William R. Shepherd --
II : The thesis --
The epic of greater America / Herbert Eugene Bolton --
III : Reactions to the controversy --
Do the Americas have a common history? / Edmundo O'Gorman --
Have the Americas a common history? A United States view / William C. Binkley --
Have the Americas a common history? A Canadian view / George W. Brown --
Pan Americanism in history / Enrique de Gandía --
Do the Americas share a common history? / Philip C. Brooks --
The Americas in the Atlantic triangle / Arthur P. Whitaker --
Latin America versus the United States / Sanford A. Mosk --
IV : A new approach : the History of America Program --
Introduction to the Project For a History of America / Arthur P. Whitaker --
Comments on the Project on the History of America / Ralph E. Turner --
Problems of the national period / Charles C. Griffin --
A United States historian's appraisal / Roy F. Nichols --
International collaboration in the history of America / Silvio Zavala --
V : The problem remains : the unity and diversity of American history --
The four Americas / Germán Arciniegas --
Unity and variety in American history / Charles C. Griffin.
Series Title: Borzoi books on Latin America.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Lewis Hanke.

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Sixteen articles discussing the thesis first proposed by Herbert E. Bolton in his famous address of 1932, "The Epic of Greater America."

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