Compass Points

Compass Points

Navigating the 20th Century

Book - 1999
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Compass Points is a radical new history of the twentieth century. Each section, organized by decade, grapples with crucial developments in politics, economics, society and culture--in Canada and abroad. Featuring 107 original essays, Compass Points is an ideal guide for both students and the general reader. A timely resource for those looking to get a fix on the past and find their bearings for the future.
Publisher: Toronto : Between the Lines ; Compass Foundation, c1999.
ISBN: 9781896357324
Branch Call Number: 971.06 Com
Characteristics: 408 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Chodos, Robert 1947-


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