THE MARCH OF FREEDOM: A F History of the  by William H. Hale

THE MARCH OF FREEDOM: A F History of the

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A history of the United States that is a strictly personal interpretation of our story, that aims for the answers to the questions of why things have happened the way they did. It emphasizes the climates of thinking, the overall picture of the eras, the high points of our development, the threats to the people's rule. It further underlines our responsibilities, that have grown through the years, whether our promise of world importance will be fulfilled in reality, whether it will be good luck or good thinking that will pull us through...Following events chronologically but relating them to past and future, this gives a blend of history and analysis that, closely read, provides argumentative material- fresh interpretation of too complacently accepted facts. Interesting in its sustained theme, its handling of its arguments.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1947
Publisher: Harper