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Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism

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Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism by Robbins, Richard H., 9780205917655
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  • ISBN: 9780205917655 | 0205917658
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Copyright: 6/28/2013
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Examines the development and impact of capitalist culture

 

From its roots more than 500 years ago to the present day, capitalism expanded from Western Europe to the United States and then to much of the rest of the world. This expansion has not gone uncontested; resistance has been both direct and indirect, including political, religious, and social protest, and even revolution. How and why capitalist culture developed and the reasons why some groups resisted and continue to resist its development are among the issues explored in Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism, 6/e.

 

MySearchLab is a part of the Robbins program. Research and writing tools help students master basic writing skills. With MySearchLab, students can access various academic journals, census data, and Associated Press news feeds, broadening their views on important issues.

 

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0205961053 / 9780205961054 Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism Plus MySearchLab with eText -- Access Card Package

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