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Charles and Mary Beard

APUSH 5th pd.

Lilliann Andrews

on 28 January 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com Books they wrote (1914) American Citizenship
(1920)The History of the United States
(1927) The Rise of American Civilization
(1901) 1927 The Industrial Revolution. London: Allen & Unwin
(1912) 1962 The Supreme Court and the Constitution
(1913) 1935 An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States
(1915) 1952 Economic Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy
(1922) 1945 The Economic Basis of Politics
(1927) 1933 Beard, Charles A.; and Beard, Mary R. The Rise of American Civilization Who They Were & What They Wrote About They were both influential thinkers.
To the Beards, the Constitution was a tribute to the power of class, not democracy.
In their books, they take a different approach to history and describe it in depth.
They are mostly known for the book "The Rise of American Civilization." American Reconstruction was a Success! Charles and Mary Beard By: Lilliann, Jasmine, and Adrian From the point-of-view of Charles and Mary Beard Was Reconstruction a Splendid Failure or was it a Success? It just took a while for the success to come... America reconstruction gradually became a success. It was not a failure because, if it was, America would still have slavery, women would not be able to vote, and being born in America would not guarantee a person citizenship.
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