Western Civilization: To 1715
Houghton Mifflin, 2002 - Civilization, Western - 601 pages
This team of expert scholars present an integration of social and cultural history within a chronological, political framework. The result is a clear, incisive account of the forces that have shaped the Western past that focuses on two main themes - power in all its senses and the role of frontier and non-European regions in the historical development of the West. The third edition has now been extensively revised and includes; new 'information technology' essay feature which offers glimpses of key innovations in communication technology; new chapter outlines; extremely useful pronunciation guide; web research exercises
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