Civilization Past and Present
HarperCollins College Publishers, 1996 - Civilization - 528 pages
[The book] was the first text to treat the development and growth of world civilization as a global experience, not just a European one. Including all elements of history, social, economic, political, religious, aesthetic, legal and technological, the text shows how all the great cultures have interacted to produce the present-day world.-Back cover.
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