An Age of Progress?: Clashing Twentieth-Century Global Forces

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Anthem Press, May 3, 2008 - History - 354 pages
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‘An Age of Progress?’ is an advanced examination of major twentieth-century global developments regarding subjects as diverse as violence, capitalism, socialism and communism, imperialism, racism, nationalism, westernization, globalization, international finance, freedom and human rights, physical and mental environmental changes, culture, science, education, religion and social criticism. This momentous study also explores the ways in which the twentieth century made significant progress – and the ways in which it did not.

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Walter G. Moss is a Professor of History in the Department of History & Philosophy at Eastern Michigan University.

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