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  • By Dallas on December 20, 2017

    I bought the audio course through Amazon. According to the Great Courses website, I should have gotten a pdf guidebook that had pictures and maps associated with the audio. On my kindle I have no way to access a guidebook and certainly cannot find it if it was there. I have checked my Amazon order as well. The audio book just starts in without any way to select chapters or a starting position. You need the Great Courses app to access it correctly but I bought from Amazon.

  • By bobmorr on February 25, 2018

    The CD's came in perfect condition and played without any problem. I'm glad I made the purchase.

  • By Michael G. Cassidy on February 16, 2016

    The Great Courses are always excellent and high quality.

  • By Dennis O'Neal on January 11, 2014

    Excellent presentation of the history of the US. The two professors do a terrific job of bringing the listener back to the days that preceded us. I was not bored at any point. But then again, I enjoy learning about our nations great history.

  • By b Moore on November 1, 2015

    Good starting point

  • By Johnny Spangle on August 26, 2017

    The order of the professors, Guelzo then Gallagher, and then Allitt, is also the order in which this lecture series is most engaging. Guelzo is an entertaining speaker, clear in his subjects and sticking to a clear chronology. Gallagher is a less accomplished narrator, but his coverage is similarly lucid as Guelzo. The weakest of the three is Allitt, who only partially successfully shifts the lecture style from a chronology-based approach to a thematic approach, and by doing so repeats himself often. His parting piece, titled "Reflections", defines the Native American and African American experiences of America simply as "trying", which is almost comical in its misrepresentation. Overall, I would still give this 5 stars, as it knocks into a cocked hat other attempts at this scope of American history.


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