The use of documents and images are the most compelling features of Out of Many, TLC … The use of these also reflects current pedagogical trends emphasizing visual learning or tools and uses of primary sources.
-Jeff Crane, Sam Houston State University
The book has a nice, easy-to-read narrative style that is supplemented well with images and useful “extra” features such as American Communities. It is a very good text.
-Julie Courtwright, Texas A&M University
…visually appealing and engaging to the students.
-Robert B. Bruce, Sam Houston State University
The broad-ranging, multicultural, multiethnic focus is this book’s greatest strength. This is what sets it apart from most other textbooks.
-Brian D. Behnken, Texas A&M University
The single most compelling attribute of Out of Many, TLC is its smooth comprehensiveness. It is thorough without being overly simplified. Out of Many, TLC is user-friendly and very approachable for students.
-Michael K. Ward, California State University-Northridge
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