A More Perfect Union: To 1877
This two-volume primary source reader contains over 90 items and is organized chronologically and topically, with selections ranging from Lincoln's Gettysbury Address to Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Seneca Falls Declaration of 1848. Documents new to the fourth edition provide more coverage of the West and religion, as well as a variety of political, social, and economic documents.
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THE PURITAN VISION
FAITH AND DISSENT
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