American Beliefs

American Beliefs

What Keeps A Big Country and A Diverse People United

Book - 1999
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Why do so many different people with widely dissimilar ideas and customs get along as Americans? In American Beliefs, John McElroy identifies and explains those essential ideas that keep a big country and a diverse people united, tracing them historically from their origins in the earliest experiences of the American colonists. A powerful antidote to decades of concentration on the differences among Americans. A magnificent and timely book. John McElroy picks up where de Tocqueville left off. --Charles Moskos.
Publisher: Chicago : I.R. Dee, 1999
ISBN: 9781566632317
Branch Call Number: 309.173 M154a
Characteristics: xii, 259 p. : ill., 1 map ; 23 cm


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