Steve Wiegand – U.S. History For Dummies, 4th Edition

The United States is undergoing a period of intense political and social change. From the rise of the Tea Party to social media’s effect on American life and politics, this new edition fills in the gaps of this Nation’s story.

Award-winning political journalist and history writer Steve Wiegand guides you through the events that shaped our nation, from pre-Columbian civilizations to the 21st century. The explorers, the wars, the leaders, and the eras are all fully explored and explained, demonstrating how the past influences the future.

Explore the deepening divide between the very wealthy and the poor and middle class.

Get to know the deep and bitter divisions between political parties and even geographic regions of the country, including the 2016 election results.

Understand the country’s delicate – and precarious – position as the world’s preeminent economic, military, and political power.

U.S. History For Dummies, 4th Edition makes US history accessible for students and lifelong learners alike.

Author: Steve Wiegand
Narrator: Al Kessel
Duration: 19 hours 18 minutes
Released: 19 Jul 2005
Publisher: Gildan Media
Language: English

User Review:

ambush far-flung

I was looking for a factual telling of US history. Unfortunately the author spends an obsessive amount of time explaining how white people victimized blacks and Indians. Yeah we get it – there were injustices. That can be explained without making it the central plot.