From Publishers Weekly
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As an Art Historian, this book has been a reference book . I just gave it away to a scholar working on this subject. Read morePublished 18 days ago by joan messenger
Great book. A real eye opener when you apply what is in the book to daily life and people of differing ages you may know. Really helps out with writing realistically as well.Published 1 month ago by Spruill
Buying into this book feels a little like drinking the kool-aid, but I'm convinced these guys are right. I've recommended this book to most of my friends. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ANNA BROWN
In five days I received my book. The book is in excellent situation. There is just one print failure.Published 3 months ago by Fabiane
The authors cite Karl Mannheim a lot, but Mannheim had their number in his 1923 essay The Problem of Generations:
"The biological fact of the existence of... Read more
If one has an interest in historical cycles, this is a very good book. It is at once a history of past generations and a loose prediction of the nature of future one. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The South Plainsman
As advertised. Great book. Great condition. Quick delivery. As for the content, I am a huge fan of Strauss and Howe, their theory is eye opening. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Matthew B.
This book argues that American history is driven by how generational arrangements line up. American generations are basically a four-stroke engine starting with a generation of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carl Robinson