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  • Author:
    Doug Cantrell
  • ISBN:
    1890919454
  • ISBN13:
    978-1890919450
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    Abigail Press; 3rd edition (2007)
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Anyone with any interest in the history of early civilizations, particularly in the Western Hemisphere should read this book. 54 people found this helpful.

Today, Western civilization is almost never mentioned, much less promoted, in political and intellectual discourse . The American intervention on the side of the Western Allies in the First World War and again in the Second World War brought about a redefinition of Western civiliza-tion.

Today, Western civilization is almost never mentioned, much less promoted, in political and intellectual discourse, either in America or in Europe. When it is men-tioned amongst Western elites, the tradi-tions of the West are almost always an ob-ject of criticism or contempt. The new conception has been described as the Allied scheme of history, 5 but its central pillar was the peculiarly American sense of historical mission. The new con-tent of Western civilization became the American creed.

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