By Alicia Duchak
An A-Z of contemporary the US is a complete cultural dictionary which defines modern the US via its heritage and civilization. The ebook contains entries on:key humans from presidents to Babe RuthAmerican lifestyles, customs, garments and educationlegal, non secular and governmental practicesmulticulturalism, minorities and civil rightsAn A-Z of recent the USA deals obtainable and vigorous definitions of over 3,000 separate goods. The publication is cross-referenced and hence presents linked hyperlinks and cultural connections whereas the appendices comprise crucial additional info on American associations, constructions and traditions.
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A-Z of Modern America by Alicia Duchak