THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Cultural and Scientific Development by

THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: Cultural and Scientific Development

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The present is Vol. VI in UNESCO'S History of Mankind series, describes man's progress during the first half of the twentieth century: revolutionary political changes, the impact of science, the shift in world power and emergence of new nations, basic changes in labor relations, the status of women and minorities, the role of religion and education. Also, an analysis of the influence of art and literature.

Pub Date: Sept. 27th, 1967
Publisher: Harper & Row