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For many, the thought of Scotland conjures up little more than kilts, bagpipes, and Scotch whiskey. In this lively and engrossing history, Arthur ...Show synopsisFor many, the thought of Scotland conjures up little more than kilts, bagpipes, and Scotch whiskey. In this lively and engrossing history, Arthur Herman--distinguished historian, author, and coordinator of the Smithsonian's Western Heritage Program--makes it clear that Scotland truly invented modern civilization.Hide synopsis
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?That?s not a very good book,? said the man in the Albuquerque airport. ?I?ve read it, and it?s not very good.?
How this long, dull, rambling, poorly-written tome ever found a publisher is baffling. Herman can?t write, and he certainly can?t think.
According to Herman, Adam Smith ...
A colorful, live and provocative, synoptical Scot's history of our country's development in educational, governmental and financial conditions and how it is applicable today. A must read for all who wish to make changes in who we are, where we are and who cares on this marble called earth..
This is a history of Scots since the 1500's, specializing in their cultural contributions. I found especially interesting the fact that their children attended schools before others because their new church (Presbyterian) required that they read the Bible. I was amazed by the deep philosophies developed ...
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