Defining Documents in American History: Dissent & Protest (1637-2016)

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2 Volumes
800 Pages
80 Essays
80 Primary Source Documents
Time Line
General Bibliography & Subject Index
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April 2017 · 2 volumes · 800 pages · 8"x10"

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ISBN: 978-1-68217-289-6
# of Pages: 800
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Defining Documents in American History:
Dissent & Protest (1637-2016)
Dissent & Protest studies crucial documents from various protests, dissents, revolts, riots, and revolutions throughout American history, from the American Revolution to the Black Lives Matter Movement of today. This text closely studies more than eighty primary source documents to deliver a thorough examination of issues so important to Americans that they took action, exercised their rights and stood up to protest.

Defining Documents in American History: Dissent & Protest provides detailed thought-provoking analysis of speeches and documents surrounding:

American Revolution
Native American Dissent
Women's Rights
Worker's Rights
Slave Rebellions
State Rights
Political & War Protests
Whiskey Rebellion
Civil Rights

Each in-depth chapter guides readers with historical insight and comprehension. Written by historians and teachers, several elements explain the document's historical impact and provide thoughtful critical analysis, including a Summary Overview, Defining Moment, Author Biography, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes. Plus, an historical timeline and bibliography of important supplemental readings will support readers in understanding the broader historical events covered.

The documents include highlight American's commitment to stand up and fight for the issues they believe in. This volume will be a welcome addition to the history collections of high schools, undergraduate libraries, and public libraries.