It could serve as a great eye-opener for the readers.
This book is mainly about the cultural, social, and political history of the United States. It provides readers ninety articles covering multiple aspects of the American Revolution. Per the editors of the book, the conflict is one of
Caribbean to Russia. It also explains the influence of the Magna Carta on the Revolution in details. The book has credible facts to back-up every claim, therefore it can be said that it is balanced and reliable.
This book contains accounts of different situations experienced by women during the World War II. It exposes the lives and contributions of these women whose stories remained unacknowledged in most history books. It has a touch of feminism that is both educational and entertaining.
Judicial power is the main topic of this book. It provides very credible information directly from a person who lived during the American Revolution --- Thomas Hutchinson. It tackles how the Magna Carta influenced and affected the Americans. The quotes from Hutchinson can be considered reliable since he lived through the Stamp Act and he had over 2 decades of research regarding historical events occurring that time.
The information contained in this book are mostly those that cannot be obtained from any other books or resources. However, it lacks consistent editorial guidelines. It was also criticized for its failure to refer to original documents. All in all, the book is useful and informative, but the accuracy of the details it contains may not be