I would recommend this book highly to anyone who is interested in learning from history.
This approach would be acceptable were it to provide penetrating insights, or pertinent anecdotes, or little know facts or figures to bolster her argument.
This is a good book that summarizes the great empires in history (which range from ancient Rome to the current status of US domination.)
Fascinating journey through the history of many empires emphasizing the role of tolerance in ascending to greatness. Book much needed for our timesPublished 8 days ago by Tariq M Al Ghamdi
for a professor of Yale it is shameful to mix anecdotes and popular books into something to prove the point. Very profoundPublished 1 month ago by Perfect Curve Com
Amy Chua's book "Day of Empire: How Hyperpowers Rise to Global Dominance--and Why They Fall" does a great service = reminding us that throughout human history, the legitimate... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Book & Music thief, from HI
I bought to help my grandson with his summer assignment for his high school sophomore class.
This book gave me great hope for our children and the future of our country. Read more
The more you know about any of the historical periods dealt with in this book, the more you will perceive just how shallow the analysis is. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Remus
I am enjoying helping my daughter with her summer assignment involving this book. Excellent historical summaries of each empire and some very well thought out points by the author.Published 6 months ago by CD