The Origins Of The Modern World

Author: Robert B. Marks
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1538127040
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Now in a new edition, this clearly written and engrossing book presents a global and environmental narrative of the origins of the modern world since 1400. Robert Marks constructs a story in which Asia, Africa, and the New World play major roles and points to the resurgence of Asia and the vastly changed relationship of humans to the environment.
The Origins of the Modern World
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