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The University of Chicago Readings in Western Civilization (nine volumes) makes available to students and teachers a unique selection of primary documents, many in new translations. These readings, prepared for the highly praised Western civilization sequence at the University of Chicago, were chosen by an outstanding group of scholars whose experience teaching that course spans almost four decades. Each volume includes rarely anthologized selections as well as standard, more familiar texts; a bibliography of recommended parallel readings; and introductions providing background for the selections. Beginning with Periclean Athens and concluding with twentieth-century Europe, these source materials enable teachers and students to explore a variety of critical approaches to important events and themes in Western history. Individual volumes provide essential background reading for courses covering specific eras and periods. The complete nine-volume series is ideal for general courses in history and Western civilization sequences.
Table of Contents
|Series Editor Foreword|
|Mentalities on the Eve of the Great War|
|The Futurist Manifestos|
|The Young People of Today|
|The Economic Foundations of the Women's Movement|
|Germany and the Next War|
|Stenographic Protocol of the Last Meeting of the International Socialist Bureau of the Second International European Society during the War|
|Speech in the Reichstag on War Credits|
|A Co-Partnership of Classes?|
|Introduction: The Round Table on England in the War|
|The War and English Life|
|Response to Alfred Zimmern|
|Germany's Provisions for Raw Materials|
|A Crisis of Morale in the French Nation at War|
|Between Two Laws|
|Thoughts for the Times on War and Death|
|The Economic Consequences of the Peace Europe between the Wars|
|Extremists: Fascist Right and Communist Left|
|The Doctrine of Fascism|
|The Foundations of Leninism Democratic Politicians|
|Speech at the Socialist Party Congress of Tours and the Matignon Agreement|
|Two Views of Locarno|
|The Problem of Appeasement: Introduction|
|Speech on the Munich Crisis|
|Speech on the Munich Crisis|
|Reply to His Critics|
|Three Views of Appeasement Intellectuals and Cultural Critics|
|The Prison Notebooks|
|The Betrayal of the Intellectuals|
|Letters on the FactoryandMetaxu|
|The God That Failed|
|What is Surrealism?|
|A Room of One's Own|
|On the Bauhaus|
|The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction|
|Custodians of the Liberal Conscience: Two Views from Vienna|
|The Road to Serfdom|
|Marienthal: The Sociography of an Unemployed Community|
|Europe at Point Zero: The Reconstruction of Order after the Sceond World War|
|Voltaire at Ferney|
|The Experience of the Concentration Camps|
|Existentialism Is a Humanism|
|Economic Policy as a Component of Social Policy|
|The Bad Godesberg Program|
|The Phenomenon of Gaullism: Selections from de Gaulle|
|A Red-Letter Day for European Unity Moving Forward|
|On Humanity in Dark Times: Thoughts about Lessing|
|The Subject and Power|
|The Long Revolution|
|Index of Names|
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