Ages of American Capitalism: A History of the United States Free Audiobook Download by Jonathan Levy

The history of the United States is told in various ways. In this audiobook, it is told chronologically from the start of the nation in 1600 to the present day with a focus on capitalism and globalization.

America's past as a capitalist society is told from many angles in this audiobook, including economic history, political history, cultural history, and social history. These various aspects are woven together to provide an overall picture of the evolution of America into what it is today.

This book is a history of the United States told in a way that anyone can understand. It begins at the time of the first permanent settlements and goes to present day, when everything is fundamentally different from what we once knew.

This talk, given at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, is part of a book-length work by Jonathan Levy on related subjects. His book is divided into six parts: "The Rise of Capitalism," "Industrialization," "Nationalism and Social Change," "Underdevelopment and Revolution," "The Struggle for Democracy in America," and "Capitalism and Memory."

What is an audiobook, you ask? An audiobook is a recording of a text, usually a book. Audiobooks can be in the form of audio books, podcasts or even radio broadcasts.

Ages of American Capitalism: A History of the United States is an audiobook written by Jonathan Levy that follows a chronological history of the United States from around 1620 to 2060. Levy explores how America has evolved over time and discusses capitalism as it's changed with each particular era.

Published Date 2021-04-20
Duration 31 hours 44 minutes
Author Jonathan Levy
Narrated John Lee
(2 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category History
Parent Category North America, Economics

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