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Author(s): William M. Gorman
The new American Economic Development from Historical and Contemporary Perspectives compliments interdisciplinary courses with American Economic components. In this book, William Gorman integrates primary and analytical sources to provide students and faculty the tools to examine the formative elements of America’s economic progression. To stimulate higher level critical thinking, each section of the book includes questions which promote consideration of varying perspectives on Economic Development.
In this creative, insightful collection of resources, Walter Greason, William Gorman, and Melissa Ziobro have presented a powerful, new vision of the economic history of the United States. Combining many of the most important analyses of business, social, economic, and labor history from the last fifty years, The American Economy makes some of the most salient debates about public policy accessible to a wide audience. The resulting synthesis offers one of the most original (and complete) assessments of economic development in North America from 1748 to 2012.