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Divided Loyalties: How the American Revolution Came to New York Libro EPUB, PDF

Descargador de páginas de libros de Google Divided Loyalties: How the American Revolution Came to New York EPUB MOBI por Richard M. Ketchum A pesar del avance en la concienciación de la ciudadanía con respecto al medio ambiente, es imprescindibleseguir en la brecha para modificar las actitudes de las personas. En este sentido, la escuela tiene también laoportunidad de contribuir a esta concienciación ciudadana. En las páginas de este libro el lector encontraráreflexiones y propuestas interesantes y novedosas (para infantil, primaria y secundaria), que demuestran quees posible e imprescindible trabajar en y desde la escuela por un desarrollo sostenible de la Tierra.

Divided Loyalties: How the American Revolution Came to New York EPUB MOBI por Richard M. Ketchum
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  • Título Original: Divided Loyalties: How the American Revolution Came to New York
  • Autor del libro: Richard M. Ketchum
  • ISBN: 978-0805061208
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:464
  • Realese fecha:2002-11-17
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Divided Loyalties: How the American Revolution Came to New York por Richard M. Ketchum Libro PDF, EPUB

Years of neglect in the mother country had allowed America's fledgling democracy to gain power, but by 1760 America had become the biggest and fastest-growing part of the British economy, and Britain required tribute. When the revolution came to New York City, it tore apart a community that was already riven by deep-seated familial, political, religious, and economic antag Years of neglect in the mother country had allowed America's fledgling democracy to gain power, but by 1760 America had become the biggest and fastest-growing part of the British economy, and Britain required tribute. When the revolution came to New York City, it tore apart a community that was already riven by deep-seated familial, political, religious, and economic antagonisms. Focusing on a number of individuals, Divided Loyalties describes their response to increasingly drastic actions taken in London by a succession of the king's ministers, which finally forced people to take sides and decide whether they would continue their loyalty to Great Britain or cast their lot with the American insurgents. Using fascinating detail to draw us into history's narrative, Richard M. Ketchum explains why men with similar life experiences-even members of the same family-chose different sides when the war erupted.