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by Manuel G. Mendoza

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ISBN:
0669393193
Author:
Manuel G. Mendoza
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
D C Heath & Co; 6 edition (June 1, 1995)
Pages:
764 pages
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Book by Mendoza, Manuel G., Napoli, Vince
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Mr.Mendoza... “How do we love thee.!!!” You wrote this book together with Vince Napoli. You passed away but left us: “QuePasaUSA” and a thirst for knowledge that had no bounds. For anyone wanting to learn about TheSystemsOfSociety this is IT. You will not be told with preference about one or the other - you will be able to read about all of them in a simple language, a detailed explanation, but don’t expect to see a preference for one or the other implied in this book, it is factual, objective and encourages the reader to go beyond, learn about as much as you can and then you will be able to asnwer “QuePasaUSA?” without undue influence. We have a brain, the book gives you a complete bird’s view of our world’s systems of society, it is up to you-the reader- to freely and hopefully more knowledgeably draw your own conclusions, or not.