Mother's Day, Volume 2

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Prentice-Hall, 1969 - History - 214 pages
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For two-semester, junior/senior-level courses in the History of England. Volume II may be used for a one-semester course in Modern England.

This two-volume broad, narrative account of English history–from the first settlers in the Paleolithic Age to the present day–draws on the most up-to-date primary and secondary research to illuminate the full range of England's social, economic, cultural, and political past, and focuses on how and why events occurred.

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Clayton Roberts is Professor Emeritus of History at the Ohio State University. His previous books include The Growth of Responsible Government in Stuart England (2008).

David Roberts (PhD, University of California, Berkeley), a recipient of Woodrow Wilson and Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships, focuses on modern European intellectual history and the problems of fascism. His many publications include "The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism" and "Benedetto Croce and the Uses of Historicism.

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