Cartoon History of the United States

Paperback | August 14, 1991

byLarry Gonick

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What? You don't know what a Burgess is? -- You can't outline the Monroe Doctrine? -- Recall the 14th Amendment? -- Explain the difference between a sputnik and a beatnik?

Then you need The Cartoon History of the United Statesto fill those gaps. From the first English colonies to the Gulf War and the S&L debacle, Larry Gonick spells it all out from his unique cartoon perspective.

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What? You don't know what a Burgess is? -- You can't outline the Monroe Doctrine? -- Recall the 14th Amendment? -- Explain the difference between a sputnik and a beatnik? Then you need The Cartoon History of the United Statesto fill those gaps. From the first English colonies to the Gulf War and the S&L debacle, Larry Gonick spells it ...

" . . . a vital, dynamic, and consistently challenging panorama of our past." (The Comics Journal)

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 9.25 × 7.38 × 1 inPublished:August 14, 1991Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062730983

ISBN - 13:9780062730985

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" . . . a vital, dynamic, and consistently challenging panorama of our past." (The Comics Journal)