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Day of empire : how hyperpowers rise to global dominance--and why they fall, Amy Chua

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Day of empire
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how hyperpowers rise to global dominance--and why they fall
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Title
Day of empire
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A study of history's great hyperpowers--Persia, Rome, China, the Mongols, the Dutch, the British, and the United States--traces the reasons for their success and the roots of their ultimate fall
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327.1/12
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index present
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JC539
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.C58 2007
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non fiction
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Amy Chua
Day of empire : how hyperpowers rise to global dominance--and why they fall, Amy Chua
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Day of empire : how hyperpowers rise to global dominance--and why they fall, Amy Chua
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [345]-382) and index
Contents
The first hegemon : the great Persian empire from Cyrus to Alexander -- Tolerance in Rome's high empire : gladiators, togas, and imperial "glue" -- China's golden age : the mixed-blooded Tang dynasty -- The great Mongol empire : cosmopolitan barbarians -- The "purification" of medieval Spain : inquisition, expulsion, and the price of intolerance -- The Dutch world empire : diamonds, damask, and every "mongrel sect in Christendom" -- Tolerance and intolerance in the East : the Ottoman, Ming, and Mughal empires -- The British empire : "rebel buggers" and the "white man's burden" -- The American hyperpower : tolerance and the microchip -- The rise and fall of the Axis Powers : Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan -- The challengers : China, the European Union, and India in the twenty-first century -- The day of empire : lessons of history
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25 cm.
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Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxxiv, 396 p.
Isbn
9780385512848
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2007015116

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