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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
State of American history.
Chicago, Quadrangle Books, 1970
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Herbert J Bass; Organization of American Historians.
|Notes:||A selection of essays originally presented at the 1969 meeting of the Organization of American Historians in Philadelphia.|
|Description:||xiv, 426 pages 25 cm|
|Contents:||Some problems and possibilities of American legal history / Lawrence M. Friedman --
New perspectives on the history of American education / David B. Tyack --
An agenda for urban history / Richard C. Wade --
Ethnicity: a neglected dimension of American history / Rudolph J. Vecoli --
The state of social welfare history / Robert H. Bremner --
The moral and technological revolution of the 1960s and its implications for American religious history / Sydney E. Ahlstrom --
The state of American diplomatic history / Thomas J. McCormick --
The dangers of diplomatic history / Clarence Evans --
American military history: over the top / Allan R. Millet --
On writing the history of American science / Charles E. Rosenberg --
The big question in the history of American technology / George H. Daniels --
The state of agricultural history / Harold W. Woodman --
The state of environmental history / Roderick Nash --
The economic history of the United States in the twentieth century / Douglas F. Dowd --
On psychohistory / Robert Jay Lifton --
Quantification and American history: an assessment / Morton Rothstein, Samuel T. McSeveney, Philip J. Greven, Jr., Robert Zemsky, Joel Silbey --
Understanding the Puritans / David D. Hall --
Beyond Jacksonian consensus / Frank Otto Gatell --
Jacksonian quantification: on asking the right questions / Edward Pessen --
A case study in comparative history: populism in Germany and America / Kenneth Barkin.
|Responsibility:||Edited with an introd. by Herbert J. Bass.|