This title is only available as Print On Demand (POD). Minimum order of 15 copies; bookstores are only eligible for 20% discount. All orders are non-returnable; please allow at least 4 weeks for delivery. Please order this title through the normal channels.
If you are purchasing an ebook for school, please purchase it at campusebookstore.com.
They will be able to provide fast and thorough technical support.
A new reading of western history argues that human interconnections achieved global proportions for the first time 500 years ago, producing three waves of destabilizing globalization. The first wave, post-1500, devastated America and contributed to European wars and revolutions. In the nineteenth century, the rush to monopolize wealth and power escalated into rivalries between classes, nations, empires. After 1945, a new global social architecture with transnational capital as its main factor threatens world stability.