Mankind and Mother Earth: a narrative history of the world
The final work of the preeminent world historian of our time presents a general, balanced narrative of the world's great civilizations, East and West, from ancient Sumerian to modern technological
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Toynbee's last epic work that summarizes his Magnum Opus earlier in his career with an afterword cautioning against Nuclear Proliferation.
It reads fairly easy and doesn't try to force either balance nor dominance of one culture over another, it merely reflects the greatness of the author in his field.
Review: Mankind and Mother EarthUser Review - Dave - Goodreads
I'm a big fan of Toynbee, but was a disappointment. I suppose I should not have expected much, as he wrote it at the very end of his life, when most of his powers had likely deserted him. My caveat is ... Read full review
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