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Fascinating history of the past; ritual, military, mercantile orders, the dominating forms over the centuries and predictions of what may lie ahead.Published 8 months ago by AnneB
The history outlook is the most interesting part. After that it becomes blurry and slightly confused.Published on July 9, 2014 by Daniel Ekelof
I liked the overall view which spans from the neanderthal man till tomorrow.
certain conclusions are debatable, though they are interesting. Read more
Many expectation of the author came true.
As for the start, the explanation and it of the history of the history of mankind and the world give the reader the lesson in this... Read more
I have found books normally have some value, even the bad ones. I have always kept every book I have bought in a bookshelf somewhere at home ... except this one. Read morePublished on October 22, 2011 by jjolla
This book is an outrageous and awful book and on so many levels, it's difficult really to know where to start. Read morePublished on March 29, 2010 by PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT