Western Heritage, Volume 1
The book calls attention to the development of political freedom and constitutional government; the shifting relations among religion, society, and the state; the development of science and technology and their impact on thought and social institutions; and the major religious and intellectual currents that have shaped Western culture.
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The Birth of Civilization
Epilogue to the Law Code of Hammurabi
Rules Are Established for the Berlin Poor
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