Thursday, February 12, 2009

Growing Communications

The beginning of chapter 2, Starr explains that through the revolutionary era, communications were being implemented in the U.S. government. It helped create the government and the political process of the country. Without books and periodicals, laws would not be carried out or important institutions such as the Post Office and the common school. Starr said that European visitors by the increasing use of communications through ordinary Americans. Everyone village were using newspapers, each town had printers. Starr also explains that the most educated people lived in the northern states. Americans allowed communications and education develop America and to create a new society and a powerful nation.


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