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  • Title: A Short History of the United States: From the Arrival of Native American Tribes to the Obama Presidency
  • Author: Robert V. Remini
  • ISBN: 9780060831455
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback

  • In A Short History of the United States, National Book Award winner Robert V Remini offers a much needed, concise history of our country This accessible and lively volume contains the essential facts about the discovery, settlement, growth, and development of the American nation and its institutions, including the arrival and migration of Native Americans, the founding oIn A Short History of the United States, National Book Award winner Robert V Remini offers a much needed, concise history of our country This accessible and lively volume contains the essential facts about the discovery, settlement, growth, and development of the American nation and its institutions, including the arrival and migration of Native Americans, the founding of a republic under the Constitution, the emergence of the United States as a world power, the outbreak of terrorism here and abroad, the Obama presidency, and everything in between.
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    Commentaires:

    Brad
    In reading this book, I was looking for a decent survey that I could recommend to those interested. I have mixed thoughts. Obviously, as an avid reader of American History, anything promoted as "short" will ultimately be unsatisfying. But that is not a fair judgment; short is simply this books point. It starts off very choppy and does not really hit its stride until the Jacksonian Era - of which Mr. Remini is a renowned scholar. From there, things pick up. The book ends, unfortunately, on a real [...]

    Josh
    I was looking for a book that briefly gave the history of the U.S. This book was just that. If you're looking for something that gets down into the details of particular eras though, this one isn't for you. More of a summary.

    Marc
    Robert Remini is an expert on internal American politics of the early 19th Century, and it shows. I learned a lot about the interesting power struggle between president and Congress, shortly after the creation of the United States and well into the period before the Civil War. But that's it: the pre-US-period and especially the post-World-War 2 period are handled in a really superficial way (there's even nothing on the presidency of J.F. Kenndy!). And then again, the years from 1970 up until 200 [...]

    Billie Pritchett
    Robert Remini's Short History of the United States is a great story, retelling American history largely through the machinations of the executive and legislative branches (as they develop). Remini's history is quite opinionated, and it will not be difficult for the reader to discern some of his political allegiances. Nevertheless, this book is indispensable for the purpose of learning American history, and a great reference book.Should the reader think that this book focuses too much on the exec [...]

    Colin
    I am very much not a 'Murican. I've seen 'Murica on the news, and even visited there several times, but never really felt that I understood the country. In many ways, I've felt more at home in other European countries, despite the different languages. This book provided some really useful insights as to why America is the way it is today.Remini's prose works hard to convey a lot of information. It frequently comes across as almost scientific, but is occasionally punctuated by sudden bursts of en [...]

    Albert
    Gearing up for my naturalization next year -- even though I've known US history for a while now. This book is a nice helping in a short time, plus with insights about our present situation -- for example, on just how bad the Dubya administration was when you look at it in the context of previous administrations and previous wars we had fought. This book should be required reading for those idiots on "Jaywalking".

    Jay Crawford
    I loved this book!! Very interesting! It does not bore you with needless statistics. It gives a great overview of the history of the US and in pretty much chronological order that really made it easy to follow!!

    Scott
    A fantastic 350 pg history of our great country. Truly an amazing story.

    Helen Damnation
    A good starting place for those who don't know much about US history beyond the obvious.

    Donald Powell
    Franklin Pierce was not even mentioned in this book. It is a great history book because while it is quite inclusive it is very concise. It was a very unbiased view of the events. A history writer must necessarily try to connect events with events and this requires judgments. It was a very balanced presentation. There are always many lessons from history. A profound one is the need for the electorate to be more informed, more aware of how events are connected to events (study history) and to be l [...]

    Ryan Shelton
    Remini is an enjoyable narrator and provides a fast paced overview of US History with enough detail to create memorable scenes. I was annoyed at times by the lack of any citations or notes, especially on some more contestable passages. His political biases (left) are apparent from even the earliest chapters, and spoil the final chapters from being much more than macro op eds.

    Tim
    Remini is a well known historian of Andrew Jackson and he does have a higher opinion of our seventh president than I do. Still I was excited to read his one volume history of the United States. The excitement did not last long because this is a very badly written book. At times it feels like choppy lecture notes (that have not been updated in the last thirty years), while at other times the writing feels like lists with entire paragraphs tacked on for details, but without style or analysis. Bad [...]

    Deniss Tarahno
    8/50 Сложно авторитетно оценить эту книгу, так как до сих пор не читал ничего на данную тему, а значит и не с чем сравнивать. В целом, наверное - неплохой вариант достаточно быстро ознакомиться с историей США. Всего ~400 страниц и вы пробежитесь от викингов и Веспуччи до взаимотн [...]

    notabattlechick
    A VERY short one-volume survey of US history from the colonial period to 2008 or so. It works for what it is - a basic introduction to a standard narrative of US history. If you are a history buff, a specialist, or looking for a great story, look elsewhere. If you need a quick refresher, are looking for a short text appropriate for undergrads, need some lecture material, or slept through high school, this will probably suit your needs. It's heavy, as one might suspect, on the political history o [...]

    Rafael
    I consider a short History of the USA a very short book. I mean it lacks important details (e.g. In the Boston massacre, the first person assassinated was an African American known as Chrispus Attucks). Another example would be that when I wanted to know more about John C. Calhoun, I had to search everything on the web which is not as comfortable and trustworthy as getting them directly from a book. Ignoring those facts, I really enjoyed the book eventhough it was the first time that I had read [...]

    Patrick Broderick
    Overall, a good synopsis of American history. Not a lot of depth in individuals or specific events but it didn't cover the warts either. The book gives just enough to interest people in specific events.An example, the Civil War only highlighted Gettysburg, Vicksburg & a couple of battles in Virginia. No mention of Shiloh or many other major conflicts in the west. The westward expansion only lightly touched on the Indians or the lawlessness of the early years. But, for an overview from the be [...]

    Michelle
    This book is interesting and definitely taught me things I didn't know however it is so heavy on numbers that it got a little tedious to read. In specific it pretty much broke down US history according to presidential elections then the author proceeded to tell you the exact number of votes each candidate received and why that was significantblah, blah, blah. As a poli-sci major I could still appreciate this info. however based on the title of the book it was certainly not what I was expectingme [...]

    Peter
    At some point in a man's life, one begins to have more past than future. I'm not quite there yet, but my appreciation of the past and how it has shaped the present is appreciating. In short, my appreciation is appreciating. This whirlwind tour manages the difficult task of condensing with as little myopia as possible. An obvious companion book is Peoples' History of the United States. Perhaps some of my favorite parts of this book occurred during the Jacksonian Era; I had no idea Jackson and his [...]

    Chad
    I listened to the Audio CDs as I drove to the East Coast. Not a bad way to refresh ones history of the United States in 10 hours. Of course, ten hours is not enough to cover all the events that have made us the nation that we are and it was interesting to note which topics Mr. Remini commented on and which ones were omitted. It did not flow smoothly the first few hours and the last few hours were a little weak, but the middle half of the audio book was pretty good. If you only have 10 hours in w [...]

    Ben Benson
    A brief overview to be sure. This book is a step up from your high school history book, it provides more detail but it's still concise. The benefit of the concise nature is you can see what you would like more in-depth knowledge about and then either pursue those topics or reference the books listed in the back that were used to compose each chapter.Each chapter is roughly 30 pages in length. I feel the author shows his hand the closer you get to the modern age, I felt more time was spent on Cli [...]

    Katie
    Focuses almost exclusively on political history, monotonously detailing the candidates and margin of victory for every single presidential election while virtually ignoring religious, scientific, and other non-political issues.Marred by glaring stylistic flaws and more than a sprinkling of grammatical errors; in desperate need of an editor. Quick to pass judgment on historical actors; makes little effort to conceal political and religious biases.Avoids one-star rating by offering a few intriguin [...]

    Dave
    The author whom I have read previously is a good history writer. There is nothing really new in this book, but he presents a balanced work on the history of the United States begining with colonial times through the present. It is especially well done when he steps outside the main events of the time, and writes about the popular culture of the time, and their influence on the events. I expecially found the insights surrounding the Great Awakening, the period of religous fervor to be insightful. [...]

    Karen
    I was hoping that this book could capture the spirit and characters of US history using memorable and interesting stories. Unfortunately instead it read a lot like a history textbook from high school. It is well researched and laid out but it is pretty dry. I got the most value out of reading about the 70s, 80s, and 90s since I didn't study those much in school and wasn't old enough while living through them to be aware of what was going on.

    Anthony
    This was exactly the book I had been looking for. IT was just brief run though of the US history from the time of its discovery and founding through Clinton and the 2000 election. Its less than 300 pages so you can imagine it doesn’t spend a lot of time on any one subject and a few Presidents were covered with no more than a single line if at all. But it gave a great overview and put a number of things in perspective.

    Colin Bruce Anthes
    Remini manages to turn a very difficult write into a fairly easy read. The history is extraordinarily compact as the title would suggest, but is packaged into tidy paragraphs that allow for a surprisingly clear account. It can be a bit of a slow read, as one starts attaching everything already known to Remini's summary, but that's just the nature of the beast, and no knock on the writing itself. A job well done.

    Nicholas Smith
    Interesting but too high level. I know that this is a short history of the US as I was looking for an overview but I was left disappointed by the lack of detail and the skimming over crucial points of debate without reference to contrary interpretations of events. Don't get me wrong, this was not a 'bad' book and the reading list at the back will be the basis of further exploration but my advice is not to expect too much from it.

    Corey
    This book is written by the official congressional historian, but it reads as if it's a 7th grade text book. I've read a few books by Remini before, and they were both well researched and well written. I get the sense he sat down and wrote this book from memory. So a pretty good read for someone with anything less than a rudimentary knowledge of American history, but somewhat disappointing for anyone who really nerds out on the topic.

    Bobby Cockrell
    Very concisely written, this short history crams the intire history of the states into 330 pages, making every word have meaning. The history in this book is not given through the lense of any political party; it only reflects the facts. However, it does tell the opinions of the various parties, which gives it an extra point for insight.

    Sarah
    How much can you squeeze US History into a one volume book? A whole lot more than I expected. There are of course parts missing. The times when the author touches social history, there was no reason why those times where chosen. At times the author seems to lean left, and sometimes right. So, its about as balanced of a US History as I think one might find currently.

    Jim
    This is a basic history of the United States. It was solidly written, but not very interesting. It covered the basics but not much more. I didn't expect too much from this, but given the quality of some of Remini's other work, this was a little disappointing. Completely fails to capture any of history's drama.

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