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For six hundred years, the nations of Europe and North America have periodically attempted to coerce, invade, or conquer other societies. This title examines Western imperialism's complex relationship with technology, from the first Portuguese ships that ventured down the coast of Africa in the 1430s to America's conflicts in the Middle East.
Daniel R. Headrick is professor emeritus of social science and history at Roosevelt University. His books include The Tools of Empire and The Earth and Its Peoples .
Daniel R. Headrick
Princeton University Press
Date of Publication
Economics: Professional & General
The Princeton Economic History of the Western World