Lively essays on the study of the American West in honor of the late historian Gerald Nash.
Great Plains Quarterly. . . a literary labor of love.
East Texas Historical AssociationEach essay is well written and thoroughly researched. Additionally, this work provides readers with a valuable resource on the history of the American West in the twentieth century.
New Mexico Historical ReviewThe editors are commended for organizing and editing high-quality essays that will continue to engender scholarly debate and highlight the important scholarly lacuna -the post war American West- filled out by Gerald Nash.
Western Historical QuarterlyThese papers, as a whole, create an understanding of the modern West, its problems, and predictions of its future, that can be found nowhere else. . . .Editors Etulain and Szasz are to be complimented on their choice of papers and the good editing that went into the book.
The HistorianThis is a most fitting tribute to one of the most significant historians of the twentieth-century West . . . this volume stands as not only a critical overview of the West, but a model for the profession.
Pacific Northwest QuarterlyCovering a range of timely topics, the essays included are well researched and gracefully written. Both scholars and general readers with an interest in the modern West will enjoy this book.
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