Liberty and freedom

By Fischer, David Hackett

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ISBN
978-0-19516-253-0
Publisher
Oxford ; Oxford University Press, 2005.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on February 1, 2005

The third in a four-volume series, this wide-ranging study exhaustively examines the concepts of "liberty" and "freedom" in American history as cultural realities rather than just political ideas. Using many black-and-white and color illustrations, historian Fischer (Washington's Crossing ; Paul Revere's Ride ) recounts fascinating true stories and creative legends, demonstrating how images and symbols in American history (e.g., "Stars and Stripes," the Liberty Bell, the American ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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