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The West in the Worldrelates the story of how the west has transformed - and been transformed by - the rest of the world. The authors examine the West's contributions to the world and how the west has changed and embraced new ideas through contact with the people outside its center. Using a political / cultural framework the text weaves a strong thread of social history into the narrative by showing how civilizations grow and are shaped through the decisions and actions of real people. The authors bring history to life by using art and maps as a central feature of learning. They build discussions of art into the narrative to help students interpret artwork, and provide analytical map guides that reveal the connections between geography, politics, and other developments. This strong, rich narrative is short enough to allow instructors the flexibility of introducing other sources and books as supplement, while giving students a solid understanding of Western Civilization without overwhelming them.
Table of Contents
|The Struggle for Survival and Sovereignty: Europe's Social and Political Order, 1600-1715|
|Stresses in Traditional Society Royal Absolutism in France|
|The Struggle for Sovereignty in Eastern Europe|
|The Triumph of Constitutionalism|
|A New World of Reason and Reform: The Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment, 1600-1800|
|Questioning Truth and Authority Developing a Modern Scientific View|
|Supporting and Spreading Science|
|Laying the Foundations for the Enlightenment|
|The Enlightenment in Full Stride|
|Competing for Power and Wealth: The Old Regime, 1715-1789|
|Statebuilding and War The Twilight of Monarchies?|
|The Question of Enlightened Absolutism Changes in Country and City Life|
|The Culture of the Elite: Combining the Old and the New Culture for the Lower Classes|
|Foreshadowing Upheaval: The American Revolution|
|Moving into the Modern World|
|Overturning the Political and Social Order: The French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789-1815|
|"A Great Ferment": Trouble Brewing in France|
|The Constitutional Monarchy: Establishing a New Order To the Radical Republic and Back Napoleon Bonaparte|
|Factories, Cities, and Families in the Industrial Age: The Industrial Revolution, 1780-1850|
|The Industrial Revolution Begins New Markets, Machines, and Power Industrialization Spreads to the Continent Balancing the Benefits and Burdens of Industrialization Life in the Growing Cities|
|Public Health and Medicine in the Industrial Age Family Ideals and Realities|
|Coping with Change: Ideology, Politics, and Revolution, 1815-1850|
|The Congress of Vienna: A Gathering of Victors Ideologies: How the World Should Be Restoration and Repression A Wave of Revolution and Reform|
|The Dam Bursts: 1848|
|Nationalism and Statebuilding: Unifying Nations, 1850-1870|
|Building Unified Nation-States|
|The Drive for Italian Unification Germany "By Blood and Iron"|
|The Fight for National Unity in North America Divided Authority in the Austrian and Ottoman Empires|
|Using Nationalism in France and Russia|
|Mass Politics and Imperial Domination: Democracy and the New Imperialism, 1870-1914|
|Demands for Democracy Insiders and Outsiders: Politics of the Extremes Emigration: Overseas and Across Continents|
|The New Imperialism: The Race for Africa and Asia|
|Modern Life and the Culture of Progress: Western Society, 1850-1914|
|The Second Industrial Revolution|
|The New Urban Landscape City People Sports and Leisure in the Cities|
|Private Life: Together and Alone at Home Science in an Age of Optimism Culture: Accepting the Modern World From Optimism to Uncertainty|
|Descending Into the Twentieth Century: World War and Revolution, 1914-1920|
|On the Path to Total War The Front Lines War on the Home Front To the Bitter End Assessing the Losses|
|The Peace Settlement Revolutions in Russia|
|Darkening Decades: Recovery, Dictators, and Depression, 1920-1939 00|
|Trying to Recover from the Great War, 1919-1929|
|Turning Away From Democracy: Dictatorships and Fascism, 1919-1929|
|Transforming the Soviet Union: 1920-1939|
|The Great Depression: 1929-1939 Nazism in Germany|
|Into the Fire Again: World War II, 1939-1945|
|The Road to War: 1931-1939|
|Axis Victories, 1939-1942|
|Struggle and Horror Behind the Front Lines Turning the Tide of War, 1942-1945|
|Peace and the Legacy of War|
|Forming the Present|
|Superpower Struggles and Global Transformations: The Cold War,1945-1980s|
|Origins of the Cold War East and West: Two Paths to Recovery in Europe|
|The Twilight of Colonialism A Sense of Relativity in Thought and Culture Protests, Problems, and New Politics: The 1960s to the 1980s|
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