America in the Gilded Age: From the Death of Lincoln to the Rise of Theodore Roosevelt (2020)

America in the Gilded Age From the Death of Lincoln to the Rise of Theodore Roosevelt When the first edition of America in the Gilded Age was published in it soon acquired the status of a classic and was widely acknowledged as the first comprehensive account of the latter half o
  • Title: America in the Gilded Age: From the Death of Lincoln to the Rise of Theodore Roosevelt
  • Author: Sean Dennis Cashman
  • ISBN: 9780814714959
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • When the first edition of America in the Gilded Age was published in 1984, it soon acquired the status of a classic, and was widely acknowledged as the first comprehensive account of the latter half of the nineteenth century to appear in many years Sean Dennis Cashman traces the political and social saga of America as it passed through the momentous transformation of thWhen the first edition of America in the Gilded Age was published in 1984, it soon acquired the status of a classic, and was widely acknowledged as the first comprehensive account of the latter half of the nineteenth century to appear in many years Sean Dennis Cashman traces the political and social saga of America as it passed through the momentous transformation of the Industrial Revolution and the settlement of the West Revised and extended chapters focusing on immigration, labor, the great cities, and the American Renaissance are accompanied by a wealth of augmented and enhanced illustrations, many new to this addition.
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    One Reply to “America in the Gilded Age: From the Death of Lincoln to the Rise of Theodore Roosevelt”

    1. Fairly standard history of the gilded age It was written the 1980s and it still contains a bit of rosy tint on the era largely I think because American historians still viewed things a bit through the lens of the triumph of American democracy and all that I wonder if the author was writing today if he would be as sanguine in his narrative Still, it is a solid history even if the emphasis is in major chords of its time, it would be strum und drang if written today.

    2. Very readable history of late nineteenth century America, could benefit from some additional explanation of economic aspects what exactly was the benefit to the promoter of watered stock

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