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Tyrrell, Ian R
Transnational nation : United States history in global perspective since 1789 / Ian Tyrrell
Alternate Title United States history in global perspective since 1789
Basingstoke ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, c2007
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  E178.1 .T97 2007    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) World history
Subject United States -- History
Physical Description x, 286 p. ; 24 cm
Contents Born in the struggles of empires : the American republic in war and revolution, 1789-1815 -- Commerce pervades the world : economic connections and disconnections -- The beacon of improvement : political and social reform -- People in motion : nineteenth-century migration experiences -- Unwilling immigrants and diaspora dreams -- Racial and ethnic frontiers -- America's Civil War and its world historical implications -- How culture travelled : going abroad, c. 1865-1914 -- Building the nation-state in the Progressive Era : the transnational context -- The empire that did not know its name -- The new world order in the era of Woodrow Wilson -- Forces of integration : war and the coming of the American century, 1925-70 -- Insular impulses : limits on international integration, 1925-70 -- From the 1970s to new globalization : American transnational power and its limits, 1971-2001 -- Epilogue : "Nothing will ever be the same" : 9/11 and the return of history
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [230]-275) and index

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