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Serrating through the bowels of time is the history of our nations voyage from a republic drenched in British Parliamentary occupation to the independent and thriving freedom encompassing country that it is today The immense vivacity of the United States history is a subject that should not be lightly embraced but fully caged and juxtaposed to provide better insight to the trail America has travel upon Yet in the informational slim book The Birth of the Republic by Edmund S Morgan the necessary analytical approach to US history took no residence with in the books pages harboring an omni-present and superficial erosion into the substantial craters of our nations history Purging simplicity as though reiterating facts from informational books of the same ilk The Birth of the Republic exposes a lucid intent of merely crafting an outline for US history as opposed to enduring the essential analytical amenities that fascinate and capture pupils of history The lowly relentless presentation of facts unattacted to deeper meaning is the vice by which this book degrades and leaves a ubiquitous jaded scar burned into the face of American history The next move which completely ended whatever quiescence remained was made with the intention not of disciplining the colonies but of relieving the troubles of the East India CompanyThe merchants it will be remembered had withdrawn from the forefront of resistance to Parliament after the partial repeal of the Townshend duties in 1770 page 58 The book reinforces the often bland approach to presenting American History and a reader may feel more knowledgeable about this subject but with no insight of hisher own to ponder The immediacy of facts propound from the onslaught of the book to the end mordantly smothered any embers of interesting
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