For students studying history, preparing for exams, writing papers and otherwise engaged in class work, these concise, 'essential' study guides provide just the right amount of information; the brief explanations aren't tedious reading, yet neither do they provide too little information to be of use. Short chapters with sub-headings explore the political social, cultural, economic and philosophical issues and developments that have made an important impact on history--exactly what the time-pressed student needs. United States History 1912-1941 covers the election of Woodrow Wilson, the New Freedom, World War I, peacemaking and domestic problems, economic advances and social tensions, the Great Depression, the first and second New Deals, and more. 128 pages, softcover.
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