WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:10:42 2014 UTClccn-n810172260.00A history of the American people / Vol. 1-20.450.92Images of the American child in the nineteenth century37063625n 81017226563077Wishy, Bernard.Wishy, Bernard, 1925-Wishy, Bernard W.lccn-n77012812Scott, Donald M.edtlccn-n79007044Mill, John Stuart1806-1873lccn-no97022105Carman, Harry J.(Harry James)1884-1964lccn-n50012945Syrett, Harold Coffin1913-nc-columbia universityColumbia Universitynp-mackee, samuelMacKee, SamuelWishy, Bernard W.1925-HistorySourcesMilitary historyCriticism, interpretation, etcUnited StatesPolitical scienceReason of stateState, TheFamiliesChild rearingChild psychologyEconomic historySocial historyCivilization, ModernLibertyChild developmentWar--Moral and ethical aspectsStrategic cultureWar and societyAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)National characteristics, AmericanWorld politicsHistory, ModernChildrenChildren as literary charactersAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Children--Social conditionsAmerican literatureChildren's literature, American192519311952195719581959196019611965196719681972197719811982198319952002200952111884320.510973JA84.U5ocn000550663ocn001547338ocn468369096ocn464799635ocn590139949ocn441716345ocn760552874ocn83411203713837ocn045732657file19950.47Wishy, Bernard WGood-bye, Machiavelli government and American lifeFrom the formation of the first American colony at Jamestown in 1607 through the Reagan "revolution" and beyond, Americans have struggled with two opposing dreams: unlimited growth and escape from big government. Bernard Wishy here provides the first comprehensive study of how we have alternately pursued, won, lost, debated, and reclaimed those dreams during almost four centuries of American life. Rich in deep historical and political insight and refreshingly nonpartisan, Good-bye, Machiavelli traces the distinctly American tension between government growth - in tandem with economic, demographic, and geographic expansion - and our contradictory distrust of such activity as hostile to free enterprise and the Jeffersonian ideal of minimal government+-+087466253532411936ocn007282616book19810.32America's families : a documentary historyHistorySourcesContains a collection of documents on the American family from colonial times to the present including letters, diaries, popular songs, advice manuals, laws and trial records, marriage contracts, and government investigations10729ocn000513062book19670.53Wishy, Bernard WThe child and the Republic; the dawn of modern American child nurtureHistory7018ocn000550663book19610.50Wishy, Bernard WThe Western World in the twentieth century; a source book from the contemporary civilization program in Columbia College, Columbia UniversitySources"This volume [supplements] ... the most recent (third) edition of Columbia's two source volumes, Introduction to contemporary civilization in the West."3663ocn001547338book19590.47Mill, John StuartPrefaces to liberty: selected writings34111ocn001156878book19580.37Carman, Harry JA history of the American peopleHistory1118ocn009442321book19590.63Mill, John StuartPrefaces to liberty : selected writings of John Stuart Mill1410ocn025425507book19600.56Carman, Harry JA history of the American peopleHistory99ocn611757170book19520.33Carman, Harry JA history of the American peopleHistory54ocn017788404book19580.92Wishy, Bernard WImages of the American child in the nineteenth centuryHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc52ocn466795731book20090.47Wishy, Bernard WWar, the American wayMilitary history+-+K67350699631ocn441875081book20020.47Wishy, Bernard WDespotism and democracy : the great modern contest"... a collection of ten short, highly readable essays about major themes in world history of the past century. ... The overarching motif is the spread of Western ideals and institutions over the globe after 1900 and the ensuing contests between democratic and despotic governments to control that world."--P. [4] of cover+-+789694624531ocn319677319book19610.24Wishy, Bernard WThe western world in the twentieth century31ocn150359574serial0.47American perspectives11ocn634187294book19590.27Carman, Harry JA history of the American people11ocn634568033book19310.47Carman, Harry JA history of the United States. 1492-186501ocn471056268bookCarman, Harry JA history of the American people / Vol. 1-201ocn257039458book19610.47Carman, Harry JTo 1877+-+0874662535324+-+0874662535324Fri Mar 21 15:27:37 EDT 2014batch10366