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Publication Date: 2005
Philip F. Riley, Frank Gerome, Chong-kun Yoon, Robert L. Lembright, Henry Myers
For courses in World History, World Civilization, and World Culture. Also appropriate as a supplemental text in Asian History courses and European History courses. This integrated, global collection of primary source documents illustrates the variety of experiences on the part of men and women who have made history; and is designed with introductions and questions, to make main points clear to students. Organized chronologically and focusing on global themes, it includes excerpts from both classic texts and less familiar but equally illustrative material.Philip F. Riley is the author of 'The Global Experience: Readings in World History, Volume 1 (to 1550) (5th Edition)', published 2005 under ISBN 9780131178175 and ISBN 0131178172.
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