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Give Me Liberty! by Eric Foner

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Also by Eric Foner:

The Fiery Trial, October 2011
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The Fiery Trial, October 2010
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Our Lincoln, October 2008
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Give Me Liberty!, September 2008
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Forever Free, November 2005
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A House Divided, May 1991
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Give Me Liberty!
Eric Foner

An American History

W. W. Norton
September 2008
On Sale: September 19, 2008
393 pages
ISBN: 0393932559
EAN: 9780393932553
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$37.50
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Offering instructors and students a lower-price alternative to the regular editions of our leading textbooks, the Norton Seagulls feature inviting, clear designs that focus student attention on the texts themselves. These compact books are portable, affordable, and authoritative. The Seagull Edition of Eric Foner's Give Me Liberty! An American History contains the complete text of the regular edition. Acclaimed by instructors and students and adopted at hundreds of colleges and universities across the country, Give Me Liberty! provides a fresh and effective approach to the survey. Its single-author narrative gives students a clear, coherent introduction to American history. The theme of American freedom enriches the narrative, integrates the book's coverage of social and political history, and motivates the study of history by alerting students to how much is at stake in having a knowledge of our past.

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