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Overturning the Political and Social Order: The French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789–1815
Factories, Cities, and Families in the Industrial Age: The Industrial Revolution, 1780–1850
Coping with Change: Ideology, Politics, and Revolution, 1815–1850
Nationalism and Statebuilding: Unifying Nations, 1850–1870
Mass Politics and Imperial Domination: Democracy and the New Imperialism, 1870–1914
Modern Life and the Culture of Progress: Western Society, 1850–1914
Descending into the Twentieth Century: World War and Revolution, 1914–1920
Darkening Decades: Recovery, Dictators, and Depression, 1920–1939
Into the Fire Again: World War II, 1939–1945
Superpower Struggles and Global Transformations: The Cold War, 1945–1980s
Into the Twenty-First Century: The Present in Perspective