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Ethnic Dimensions in American History
James Stuart Olson
April 1979 by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
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Saying that American social history moved in the direction of deepening its national culture risks implying some sort of inevitability, of suggesting that history unfolded in some destined fashion. In truth, that social history involved starts and stalls and reversals, such as economic depressions and civil disorders.
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