Ivan R. Dee
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978-1-56663-537-0 • Hardback • July 2003 • $24.95 • (£18.99)
978-1-56663-538-7 • Paperback • July 2004 • $14.95 • (£11.99)
Wyatt Wells is distinguished research associate professor of history at Auburn University, Montgomery. His other books include Antitrust and the Formation of the Postwar World and Economist in an Uncertain World. He lives in Montgomery, Alabama.
A lucid, highly informative, and wide-ranging analysis . . . valuable . . . balanced.
— Iwan Morgan
A concise presentation . . . should become a standard.
— Gene Smiley
Concise, swiftly paced . . . stimulating and enlightening, but also reassuring.
— William E. Leuchtenburg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, author of The Supreme Court Reborn
Wells steers an energetic course . . . interesting reading.
— Library Journal
People wanting a good read that well describes the essence of the important changes in the American economy and gives a good 'feel' of America's changing role in the world will find this an excellent choice.
— H-Net: Humanities and Social Science Reviews Online
Wells does what he sets out to do. . . . This book is very accessible, with arguments laid out in clear temporal sequence with minimal academic jargon.
— Choice Reviews
Provides a concise overview of American economic development from 1945 to 2000.
— Journal of Economic Literature
An intriguing survey. . . . An essential key.
— Midwest Book Review