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bookcoverA People and a Nation
Seventh Edition

Mary Beth Norton, Cornell University
David M. Katzman, University of Kansas
David W. Blight, Amherst College
Howard P. Chudacoff, Brown University
Fredrik Logevall, University of California, Santa Barbara
Beth Bailey, University of New Mexico
Thomas G. Paterson, University of Connecticut
William M. Tuttle, Jr., University of Kansas

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Table of Contents - Brief
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