By Wilfred M McClay
No kingdom in glossy background has had a extra robust experience of its personal strong point than the us. but few americans comprehend the immensely diversified resources of that feel and the interesting debates that experience continually swirled round our makes an attempt to outline the US with better precision. during this advent to the examine of yankee background, Wilfred M. McClay invitations us to adventure the perennial freshness and power of this nice topic as he explores a number of the enduring commitments and protracted tensions that experience made the USA what it really is. writer: Wifred M. McClayPages: ninety six, PaperbackPublisher: Christendom PressISBN: 1-882926-45-5
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Where all this will lead is anyone’s guess. But suffice it to say that the mutual obsession of America and Europe is alive and well. , 1904; reprinted 1999). For the more recent version of that dialectic, see James W. , 1997). Also useful are C. , 1997). History capitalism It would be a gross oversight for any primer of American history to neglect the history of American business and economic development. One does not have to be a materialist, Marxian or otherwise, to acknowledge that the nation’s remarkable engine of commerce and productivity both exemplified and underwrites much of what is estimable—and some of what is not so estimable—in our past and present.
One of the most pervasive is the idea of America as an experiment. This concept of the national destiny was used by none other than George Washington, in his first presidential inaugural address, to denote two things: first, a self-conscious effort to establish a well-ordered, constitutional democratic republic, and second, the contingency and chanciness of it all, the fact that it might, after all, fail if our efforts do not succeed in upholding it. But the idea of the national experiment has, over time, lost its specific grounding in the particulars of the American Founding, and has evolved into something entirely different: an ideal of constant openness to change.
As the above indicates, it is impossible to talk for very long about equality (or liberty) in American history without also having to address the institution of slavery. To be sure, one should be careful not to engage in casual generalizations about slavery, since it was an institution of enormous diversity, whose characteristics varied dramatically from region to region, and time period to time period. Even in the relatively short span of American history, there was a wide spectrum of working and living conditions going under that name, ranging from the massive workforce of a Louisiana sugar plantation to the single slave attached to a family farm in Kentucky, and varying dramatically over time in the extent of its openness or repressiveness.
A Student's Guide to U.S. History (ISI Guides to the Major Disciplines) by Wilfred M McClay