American Westerns (Maverick, the Searchers, Unforgiven)

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American Westerns (Maverick, The Searchers, Unforgiven) The Civil War has ended, leaving more than 600,000 American soldiers dead. In a single decade, from 1860 to 1870, the South's wealth declined 60 percent and that of the North had a 50 percent increase. One president has been assassinated and another impeached. The foundation for the women's suffrage movement was laid when women were introduced into new fields like nursing and teaching. In the late nineteenth century, the United States went through …

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…, Internet, accessed 10 April 2000. 1. Shanley, John P. "'Maverick's' Creator-A Cynical Approach," The New York Times, 5 April 1959, 15:1. 2. Canby, Vincent. "A Western Without Good Guys," The New York Times, 7 August 1992, C, 1:5. 3. Engel, Joel. "Forgiving the Sin, Loving the Sinner," The New York Times, 9 August 1992, 13:1. 4. Weinraub, Bernard. "Eastwood in Another Change Of Pace," The New York Times, 6 August 1992, C, 13:1. 5. The Searchers, director John Ford, 120 min., 1955, videocassette. 6. Unforgiven, director Clint Eastwood, 130 min, 1992, videocassette.