The Intellectual Construction of America

The Intellectual Construction of America

Jack Greene explores the changing definitions of America from the time of Europe's first contact with the New World through the establishment of the American republic. Challenging historians who have argued that colonial American societies differed little from those of early modern Europe, he shows that virtually all contemporary observers emphasized the distinctiveness of the new worlds being created in America. Rarely considering the high costs paid by Amerindians… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Page count: 228 pages

Language: English


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