In "The New Nation," master storyteller Joy Hakim weaves the high drama of the 19th century into a seamless tale that's so exciting it doesn't seem true. But it is true; it's "A History of the U.S."In "The New Nation," master storyteller Joy Hakim weaves the high drama of the 19th century into a seamless tale that's so exciting it doesn't seem true. But it is true; it's "A History of the U.S."Read Less
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