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Eurocentrism in World History

Eurocentrism in World History A Critique of Its Propagators Eight Eurocentric Historians by J M Blaut; The Guilford Press, New York, 2000; LAXMAN D SATYA This book systematically dissects eight well known Eurocentric historians and thoroughly exposes their biases and prejudices on which presumably most Euro- American scholarship is based. The author

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