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The period between 1750 and 1918 was a time of great political, social and economic change. The very fabric of human society and thought was shifting in profound ways. In this program we dig deep into history to examine the major shifts from Imperialism to Nationalism, Capitalism to Egalitarianism. Featuring leading academics and clear explanations, this program consolidates a huge amount of information, putting it into context with excellent examples. Focusing on the British Empire and the slow loosening of her grip on the world, we see just how our modern world was formed
The Encyclopedia of Marxism details events, people, places, terms, organisations, and periodicals that are related to the study of Marxism. The encyclopaedia can be searched by key word or it can be browsed
'Internal workings of the Soviet Union' is the first of a number of papers from the Library of Congress Archives discussing the rise of Communism in Russia from 1917, the rule of Stalin and Soviet-US international economic and military relations up to the Cold War period