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The Mainstream of Civilization Since 1500 / Edition 6
     

The Mainstream of Civilization Since 1500 / Edition 6

by Stanley Chodorow, Hans W. Gatzke, Conrad Shirokauer, Joseph R. Strayer, MacGregor Knox
 

ISBN-10: 0155011995

ISBN-13: 9780155011991

Pub. Date: 01/28/1994

Publisher: Wadsworth

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780155011991
Publisher:
Wadsworth
Publication date:
01/28/1994
Pages:
979
Product dimensions:
7.98(w) x 9.97(h) x 0.92(d)

Table of Contents

Preface iii
List of Maps
xi
Introduction xiii
Prologue xix
The Revival of Europe
403(22)
The Background of the Renaissance
404(1)
The City-States of Northern Italy
405(3)
Italian Urban Civilization
408(2)
Family Life
410(1)
The Renaissance
411(4)
Economic Growth in Northern Europe
415(1)
Political Consolidation and Centralization
416(9)
Religious Reform and Revolution in Western Christendom
425(24)
Efforts to Reform the Church
426(1)
The Papacy's Triumph over the conciliar Movement
427(2)
The Problems of the Renaissance Church
429(1)
Responses to Corruption
430(2)
Luther's Revolt
432(4)
The Spread of Lutheranism
436(1)
Other Protestant Movements
437(3)
The Radicals
440(1)
Anglicanism
441(1)
The Catholic Reformation and the Counter Reformation
442(7)
The Age of Discovery
449(26)
The Emergence of Oceanic Trade
449(3)
The First Explorations
452(3)
The Spanish Empire in the Americas
455(2)
Imperial Spain: The Reign of Philip II
457(3)
The Revolt of the Netherlands
460(2)
Elizabethan England
462(2)
The French Wars of Religion
464(3)
The European World in the Late Sixteenth Century
467(2)
Art, Literature, and Science
469(6)
Political And Economic Crises: The Seventeenth Century
475(30)
France's Search for Order and Authority, 1598--1661
476(4)
England: In Search of Civil and Religious Liberty, 1603--60
480(7)
Germany: Disintegration and Disaster, 1618--48
487(5)
Dutch Unrest and Spanish Decline
492(1)
Europe's Population and Economy in Crisis
493(4)
The European Empires
497(8)
Absolutism And Constitutionalism, 1660--1715
505(26)
The France of Louis XIV
506(7)
England: the Emergence of Parliamentary Monarchy
513(7)
Central and Eastern Europe, 1648--1712
520(9)
Absolutism, Constitutionalism, and the Balance of Power
529(2)
The Scientific Revolution and The Enlightenment
531(26)
The Scientific Revolution
531(8)
The Culture of the Baroque
539(2)
Origins of the Enlightenment: Seventeenth-Century Thought about Humanity
541(2)
The Eighteenth Century: The Enlightenment
543(8)
Arts and Letters in the Eighteenth Century
551(2)
The Limits of the Enlightenment: Religion, Philosophy, and Literature
553(4)
The Twilight of the Old Regime, 1715--1789
557(26)
The State System
558(2)
Peace and Prosperity, 1715--40
560(6)
The World Wars of Mid-Century, 1740-63
566(5)
Enlightened Absolutism, 1763--89
571(6)
Britain, France, and the American Revolution, 1763--89
577(6)
The French Revolution and Europe, 1789--1815
583(28)
The Origins of the Revolution
583(2)
The Revolutionary Breakthrough, 1788--89
585(5)
The Failure of Constitutional Monarchy, 1789--91
590(1)
War, Terror, and Dictatorship, 1792--94
591(6)
France from the Convention to the Directory, 1794--99
597(1)
Son of the Revolution: Bonaparte, 1799--1815
598(13)
The Demographic and Industrial Revolutions, 1750--1914
611(24)
The Starting Point: The Biological and Economic "Old Regime"
612(4)
The Industrial Revolution: Causes
616(3)
The First Industrial Revolution, 1750--1850
619(3)
The Second Industrial Revolution: From the Nineteenth Century to the Twentieth
622(5)
The Industrial Revolution: Human and Social Consequences
627(8)
The Nineteenth-Century Revolution of Ideas
635(22)
The Force of Ideas
636(14)
Ideas and Social Reality: The State, Workers, and Women
650(7)
The Breakthrough of The Nation-State, 1815--1871
657(26)
Under the Shadow of Revolution: The Congress of Vienna and After, 1814--48
658(6)
The End of Revolution in Western Europe, 1848--50
664(6)
The Making of Italy and Germany, 1851--71
670(13)
Europe and the World In The Nineteenth Century
683(28)
The British World Empire
684(9)
Britain's Rivals: France, Germany, Italy, Russia
693(2)
Britain's Legacy in North America: The Expansion of the United States
695(8)
The Non-Western world: Resistance and Emulation, Failure and success
703(8)
Europe in The Long Peace, 1871--1914
711(28)
European Politics and Society
712(15)
Battles for Women's Rights
727(2)
Rise and Fall of the cult of Science
729(4)
Art in an Age of Science
733(6)
European From Balance to Breakdown, 1871--1914
739(30)
The Forces behind Diplomacy
740(4)
Bismarck the Conservative, 1871--90
744(5)
The Breakthrough to World Politics, 1890--1904
749(8)
Germany on the Loose, 1905--14
757(7)
From Balkan Crisis to German War: July 1914
764(5)
War and Revolution, 1914--1929
769(30)
The War of Movement, 1914
769(3)
The Indusrial and Geographic Balance
772(2)
Politics, Society, and the "Home Front"
774(2)
Attrition, 1915--16
776(3)
The War in the Balance, 1917
779(6)
Germany's Last Throw, 1918
785(3)
Treaties without Peace, 1919--22
788(5)
Wars after the War, 1919--23
793(2)
The Illusions of Locarno, 1925--29
795(4)
The World Between The Wars, 1919--1989
799(28)
The Twenties: A Golden Age?
799(6)
The Great Depression
805(2)
The West and the Wider World, 1919--39
807(6)
The Thirties: The Democracies Falter
813(3)
The Age of Uncertainty: Science, Society, and Culture between Two Wars
816(11)
The Totalitarian States
827(30)
Russia: From Revolution to Genocide
828(5)
Italy: From Dictatorship to Expansion, 1922--40
833(5)
Germany: From War to War
838(6)
The Road to War, 1936--39
844(13)
From Second World War to Cold War, 1939--49
857(34)
The New Warfare
858(2)
From European to Global War, 1939--41
860(8)
The "Final Solution"
868(2)
The Home Front: Bureaucracy, Propaganda, Terror, Death
870(1)
Global War, 1941--45
871(11)
The Cold War
882(9)
The Age of Containment, 1949--75
891(32)
Confrontation in Europe and Asia, 1949--53
892(5)
The Adventures of Nikita Sergeyvich Khrushchev, 1953--64
897(6)
Peace and War in the Shadow of the Cold War
903(6)
The Agony of Containment: America in Vietnam
909(7)
Mass Culture and "Counterculture"
916(7)
The Non-Western World from the Forties to the Nineties
923(26)
Decolonization: Ideological Winds of Change
923(2)
Decolonization: Birth of the New Nations
925(7)
After Independence: The "Third World" Divided
932(17)
The End of the Cold War Era
949(1)
The Soviet Empire from Expansion to Collapse, 1975--91
950(7)
War and Peace in Asia
957(2)
Western Europe in Search of Itself
959(4)
War and Peace in the Middle East, 1975--93
963(3)
New World Disorder
970(4)
Toward the Twenty-First Century
974(4)
The Widening of Narrowing of the West
978
Illustration Credits C-1
Index I-1

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