History and American society: essays of David M. Potter. Edited by Don E. Fehrenbacher.

; Fehrenbacher, Don E. (Don Edward), 1920-1997
New York, Oxford University Press, 1973.

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Other Authors Fehrenbacher, Don E. 1920-1997.
Subjects National characteristics, American.
United States -- Historiography.
Description x, 422 p. 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Explicit data and implicit assumptions in historical study.--The tasks of research in American history.--History and the social sciences.--Historians and the problem of large-scale community formation.--The historians use of nationalism and vice versa.--Abundance and the Turner thesis.--C. Vann Woodward and the uses of history.--Conflict, consensus, and comity: a review of Richard Hofstadter's The progressive historians.--Roy F. Nichols and the rehabilitation of American political history.--Is America a civilization?--The quest for the national character.--American individualism in the twentieth century.--American women and the American character.--The roots of American alienation.--Rejection of the prevailing American society.--Social cohesion and the crisis of law.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00595477
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