Greenhaven Press's Opposing Viewpoints series has long been a favorite of educators, librarians, and readers alike. Now, Opposing Viewpoints in World History uses the same patented format to cover topics in world history. Each volume in the series presents the major issues of debate on one topic or era in world history. Historical research is given a human face as prominent speakers of the past debate the important issues of the time. In addition, historians and other commentators continue the discussion by highlighting issues that are still debated today. The point-counterpoint structure challenges readers to exercise and sharpen their critical thinking skills while highlighting the most important issues throughout history.
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