A Brief History of Western Civilization: The Unfinished Legacy
* Four Color Design. The new four-color format enhances the value of the maps and graphics and makes the book more visually exciting, more accessible, and easier to read. * Primary Sources. Selections from primary source documents designed to stimulate student interest in history. Each source is accompanied by an explanatory headnote that provides the necessary historical context. * Geographical Tours of Europe. Thematic tours, each accompanied by a map, to guide the student around the changing contours of the geography of Western history. * TECHNOLOGY ADVANTAGE: Discovering Western Civilization On-Line. This end-of-chapter annotated website resource links students to top-rated sites of documents, images, and cultural resources. * Updated scholarship and coverage in the post-World War II chapters. * Special Feature Essays will be available on the Companion Website. There will be a link in the Discovering Western Civilization On-Line section. * Balanced approach that spotlights comprehensive coverage of social history within a traditional, political framework. * Increased Coverage of Hellenism recognizes how Hellenism influenced the cultures of the western Mediterranean. * The Visua
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