Social Change In America: From The Revolution To The Civil War

by Christopher Clark

IVAN R DEE | April 27, 2006 | Hardcover |

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An interpretive history of the processes of social change in the early years of the new republic. It concentrates on the nation''s expansion, which saw the rapid growth of rural societies based on family labor, slavery, and wage labor, but also an intensification of economic activity that fostered the growth of commerce, towns, and manufacturing; applied new technologies to transport and communications; and initiated mass immigration from overseas. The character of the social relationships between groups and individuals that were shaped by, and helped shape, these events is the subject of Mr. Clark''s book.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 352 Pages, 6.3 × 9.45 × 1.18 in

Published: April 27, 2006

Publisher: IVAN R DEE

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1566636868

ISBN - 13: 9781566636865

Found in: History

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Social Change In America: From The Revolution To The Civil War

Social Change In America: From The Revolution To The Civil War

by Christopher Clark

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 352 Pages, 6.3 × 9.45 × 1.18 in

Published: April 27, 2006

Publisher: IVAN R DEE

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1566636868

ISBN - 13: 9781566636865

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An interpretive history of the processes of social change in the early years of the new republic. It concentrates on the nation's expansion, which saw the rapid growth of rural societies based on family labor, slavery, and wage labor, but also an intensification of economic activity that fostered the growth of commerce, towns, and manufacturing; applied new technologies to transport and communications; and initiated mass immigration from overseas. The character of the social relationships between groups and individuals that were shaped by, and helped shape, these events is the subject of Clark's book.

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An interpretive history of the processes of social change in the early years of the new republic. It concentrates on the nation''s expansion, which saw the rapid growth of rural societies based on family labor, slavery, and wage labor, but also an intensification of economic activity that fostered the growth of commerce, towns, and manufacturing; applied new technologies to transport and communications; and initiated mass immigration from overseas. The character of the social relationships between groups and individuals that were shaped by, and helped shape, these events is the subject of Mr. Clark''s book.
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