Adam Wasserman is a native resident of Sarasota, Florida. Inspired by the People’s History series and other critical historical texts, he has determined to base his writing career on revisionist history, social change, and global issues inflicting the world today.
After reading numerous People’s History renditions, Adam decided to derive a comprehensive, revisionist history of where he was born and raised. People’s History is based on largely ignored primary sources and narratives to weave together a picture of how common people experienced and influenced history, rather than leaders or governments.
Wasserman began applying this revolutionary concept of history to his home state of Florida, completing and self-releasing A People’s History of Florida 1513-1876: How Africans, Seminoles, Women, and Lower Class Whites Shaped the Sunshine State. A People’s History of Florida continues the People’s History “approach,” formatting “history from below” through mostly ignored primary sources and narratives. While focusing primarily on revisionist history, social issues, and contemporary politics, Wasserman’s planned catalogue could be called nothing but diverse.
He is currently in the process of completing Two Sides to the Coin: A History of Gold, which will narrate the social and economic history of gold, along with its importance and implications for investors and everyday people in the current economic recession. He has several works set for the future, including A People’s History of Florida 1877 to the Present, Fighting Modern Day Slavery: The Coalition of Immokalee Workers, and a narrative memoir of a Holocaust survivor.
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