By Mary Cross
To what volume does a person's personal good fortune lead to social transformation? This e-book bargains a hundred solutions, supplying thought-provoking examples of ways American tradition was once formed inside of a very important period of time by means of members whose lives and concepts have been significant brokers of change.
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100 People Who Changed 20th-Century America [2 volumes] by Mary Cross