Holding Up a Mirror: How Civilizations Decline
Century, 1996 - 652 pagine
An account of the way in which a decline in personal morality caused the fall of the great civilizations of Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, medieval Christendom, and England since the Reformation.
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