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Why Not Kill Them All? Hughes Ethnicity and Race: A New Economic History. Immense changes have occurred both in the global political landscape and with the technologies that seem so routine to young people that they cannot imagine a world without Facebook, downloading music, texting, cheap jet travel, or stores where almost everything manufactured seems to come from China or some other part of Asia.
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I shall show that [Page xi] by understanding past waves of change we can gain a better understanding of contemporary problems, and even make somewhat of a reasonable guess about how things might turn out over the next few decades. That soceties, I am only looking at the ways in which big political structures, major ideas, and the most important ecological and social pressures have changed societies.
How Societies Change by Daniel Chirot
Description An exploration of how societies have changed over the past five thousand years. After explaining how states and agriculture created what we have come to know as the classical civilizations, I shall spend some time showing why in one somewhat marginal agrarian civilization, in western Europe, there were changes so great that they transformed Europe and then the entire world, ending the agrarian age and bringing us into the modern industrial era.
Finally, Chlrot shall make explicit a socketies model of how societies as a whole work and how to approach the study of contemporary social change in the most useful, comparative, and historical way.
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