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Plagues and Peoples
Plagues and Peoples
Author: William H. McNeill
Plagues and Peoples demonstrates the central role infectious disease has played in the course of world history. The political and social consequences of disease alone have been immense. Offering impressive evidence, McNeill shows how pestilence weakened the Roman Empire, lay at the root of India's caste system, and helped delay the Enlightenment.
ISBN: 177395
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 369

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