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The book is very well written with fascinating and accurate historic facts and wonderful bibliography.
I had already read Fischer's Albion's Seed and Garreau's Nine Nations of North America, so I understood right away where Woodard was going with his thesis.
I strongly recommend this book to both those interested in North American History and those interested in its cultural and political trends.
If you have asked yourself, of politicians and political groups, "what are they thinking?" and you really want some kind of answer, this is your book. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bakersfield Ann
This book is a fascinating analysis of the development of the United States as we know it by analyzing the specific cultural groups that settled the nation. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Todd R Fredricks
This reads like a doctoral dissertation. The level of detail made for boring reading.Published 4 days ago by Kindlist
He makes a good case for our regional divisions and origins, but in his desire to make his argument, he exaggerates some things and oversimplifies others. Read morePublished 13 days ago by James Prothero
Interesting perspective on why there are such entrenched differences among us.Published 13 days ago by Mary Lynn Kraft