The traditions of the Western World / Jack H. Hexter, general editor.


Chicago : Rand McNally, ©1967, 1970.

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Other Authors Hexter, J. H. 1910-1996,
Subjects Civilization, Western.
Series Rand McNally history series.
Description 2 volumes (xii, 917 pages) ; 24 cm.
Notes Combined volume
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary Provides historical documents (primary sources) embodying the traditions of the Western world. For example, Franklin D. Roosevelt addresses the question "Can a Liberal Democratic Society cope With the Crises and Challenges of the Twentieth Century? Provides introductions for all the documents in the book as well as footnotes referring the reader back to a document that he has previously read.
Contents v. 1--Antiquity through the Early Modern Period. v. 2--Early Modern Period and the Recent Period.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm05741830
(OCoLC)5741830
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