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This text examines how larger global processes have had a role in each stage of American development, how this country's experiences were shared by people elsewhere, and how America's growing influence ultimately changed the world. By examining American history through a global lens, Carl Guarneri creates a framework that situates specific American events within the larger realm of world history.
Table of Contents
|Note from the Series Editors Preface|
|Introduction: American History as if the World Mattered (and Vice Versa)|
|American History in Global Perspective|
|World History with America Included|
|The Debate over American Exceptionalism|
|Beyond Exceptionalism: Settler Societies, Global Economic Systems, and Geopolitics|
|The New World Frontier in North America|
|Worlds Collide: Native American and European|
|Societies in the Age of Exploration|
|Comparative Perspectives on British|
|Colonialism Ecological Imperialism and the Post-Columbian Exchange|
|The British Colonies in the Atlantic World|
|The Atlantic System, the Slave Trade, and Colonial Society|
|The Great Frontier and the Great Divergence: America's Impact on Europe|
|The 'Shot Heard ‘Round the (Atlantic) World': The American Revolution|
|Making A Nation The United States as a New Nation|
|National Survival on Europe's Periphery|
|Frontier Expansion in Global|
|Views of Slavery, Civil War, and Emancipation|
|Industrializing the Nation|
|The American Industrial Revolution|
|A Nation of Immigrants in a World of Migrants|
|The Debate over Socialism in the United States|
|The Rise of the Welfare State|
|The Course of American Empire|
|The Course of American Empire|
|America's Overseas Empire in Comparative|
|Perspective Toward an American Century: World Wars and Global Engagement|
|Challenges of Empire The Cold War as Global Rivalry|
|Postwar American Trends in Global|
|Setting Globalization and American Empire|
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