Global turns : other states, other civilizations
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Although Ideological Origins was published before ‘globalization’ had entered the historical lexicon, Bernard Bailyn recovered the global perspectives of eighteenth-century Britons, who were keenly aware of parallels with ancient Rome, alert to the character of contemporary empires across Eurasia, and anxious about the recent Europe-wide decline of limited monarchies into despotisms.
Kidd , C 2018 , ' Global turns : other states, other civilizations ' , New England Quarterly-A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters , vol. 91 , no. 1 , pp. 172-199 . https://doi.org/10.1162/tneq_a_00665
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