Embracing an argument-based model for teaching history, the Debating American History series encourages students to participate in a contested, evidence-based discourse about the human past. Each book poses a question that historians debate--"How democratic was the U.S. Constitution?" or "Why did civil war erupt in the United States in 1861?"--and provides abundant primary sources so that students can make their own efforts at interpreting the evidence. They can then use that analysis to construct answers to the big question that frames the debate and argue in support of their position.
|Causes of the Civil War - Joel M. Sipress||Debating American History||$19.95|
|Conflict and Accommodation in Colonial New Mexico - Jonathan DeCoster||Debating American History||$19.95|
|Democracy and the US Constitution - Joel M. Sipress||Debating American History||$19.95|
|Emancipation and the End of Slavery - Joel M. Sipress||Debating American History||$19.95|
|Industrialization and Social Conflict in the Gilded Age - Joel M. Sipress||Debating American History||$19.95|
|Powhatans and the English in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake - David J. Voelker||Debating American History||$19.95|