The United States’ Role in the World
Discovering America: An Exceptional Nation
Reading Level: 7
Interest Level: 7-12
No country grows or changes in isolation, and the history of the United States demonstrates the interdependence of countries around the world. The United States' Role in the World explores how government policy and military intervention have influenced daily life, economics, culture, and more. The book analyzes major conflicts and policy changes from the earliest days of America until present day, including the American Revolution, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, and the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. In doing so, The United States' Role in the World stimulates critical thinking about how foreign and domestic policy can change the trajectory of the nation.