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Series: Major Issues in History

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The Becket controversy by Thomas M. Jones
Church and State in the Middle Ages by Bennett D. Hill
The Commune of Paris, 1871 by Roger Lawrence Williams
The Creation of Medieval Parliaments by Bertie Wilkinson
Democracy and the Athenians; aspects of ancient politics by Frank J. Frost
The economic causes of imperialism by Martin Wolfe
The emergence of British parliamentary democracy in the nineteenth century : the passing of the Reform Acts of 1832, 1867, and 1884-1885 by J. B. Conacher
The Enlightenment (Major Issues in History S.) by Leonard M. Marsak
European Liberalism (Major Issues in History) by Massimo Salvadori
European Witchcraft by E. William Monter
The Fall of the Russian Empire (Major Issues in History)
First World War: Causes, Conduct, Consequences (Major Issues in History) by Joachim Remak
France On the Eve of Revolution by Jeffry Kaplow
French Liberalism, 1789-1848 (Major Issues in History) by Walter Michael Simon
German Imperialism, 1914-1918 by Gerald D. Feldman
Humanism, Reform and Reformation in England (Major Issues in History) by Arthur Joseph Slavin
Idea of Progress Since the Renaissance by W. Warren Wagar
The Impact of Absolutism in France: National Experience under Richelieu, Mazarin, and Louis XIV by William F. Church
The Impact of the Norman Conquest (Major Issues in History) by C. Warren Hollister
Industrialization and industrial labor in nineteenth-century Europe by James Sheehan
The Islamic world and the West, A.D. 622-1492 by Archibald Ross Lewis
Latin Conquest of Constantinople (Major Issues in History) by Donald E. Queller
Modernization of Russia Under Peter I and Catherine II (Major Issues in History) by Basil Dmytryshyn
The origins of the Second World War: A. J. P. Taylor and his critics by William Roger Louis
Papacy and Totalitarianism Between Two World Wars (Major Issues in History) by Charles Floyd Delzell
The partition of Africa: illusion or necessity? by Robert O. Collins
Relativity Theory: Its Origins and Impact on Modern Thought by Leslie Pearce Williams
Religious Dissent in the Middle Ages by Jeffrey Burton Russell
The Rise of The First Reich;Germany in The Tenth Century (Major Issues in History) by Boyd H Hill
Social and Economic Foundations of the Italian Renaissance by Anthony Molho
The Spanish Inquisition by Paul J. Hauben
The Sumerian problem by Tom B. Jones
The twelfth-century renaissance by C. Warren Hollister

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