Discovering Quacks, Utopias, and Cemeteries

Discovering Quacks, Utopias, and Cemeteries

Discovering Quacks, Utopias, and Cemeteries

Discovering Quacks, Utopias, and Cemeteries: Modern Lessons from Historical Themes​explores two enduring issues – our age-old pursuit of better lives and how the media impacts our choices. In this unique approach to social history, each chapter opens with essential questions asking the reader to consider these issues in historical and modern life.

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