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American Constitutional Law. His choice of subject matter ranges from the well-known account of soldier Joseph Plumb Martin to the completely obscure. Raphael supplements these narratives with a good selection of scholarly secondary sources, especially in the areas of women, loyalists, slaves, and Native Americans. Its strengths are many and weaknesses comparatively few. The book is carefully researched and richly documented, offering a treasure trove of both common and rarely seen sources.
Raphael presents a compelling narrative to synthesize his source material, even with relatively sparse material, such as that concerning the Native Americans. His presentation of sometimes long passages may be tedious at times for some readers, but also a delight for those who enjoy reading original materials.
Neale makes a pretty convincing argument that three main factors led to the defeat of the United States military in Vietnam by the Vietnamese forces. More than two million copies have been sold. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. He also shined an insistent light on the revolutionary struggles of impoverished farmers, feminists, laborers and resisters of slavery and war. Born Aug.
Citation: Robert T. David Williams. Nicolas Lampert. Hannah Gurman. Michael Bellesiles. George Kirschner. Stephen Pimpare. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Description This latest addition to The New Press's People's History series offers an incisive account of the war America lost, from the perspective of those who opposed it on both sides of the battlefront as well as on the homefront.
The protagonists in Neale's history of the "American War" as the Vietnamese refer to it are common people struggling to shape the outcome of events unfolding on an international stage--American foot soldiers who increasingly opposed American military policy on the ground in Vietnam, local Vietnamese activists and guerrillas fighting to build a just society, and the American civilians who mobilized to bring the war to a halt.