BRIA 24 3 Communication of Ideas

Bill of Rights in Action
WINTER 2009 (Volume 24, No. 3)

 Communication of Ideas


This special all-history edition of Bill of Rights in Action examines issues related to the communication of ideas. The first article looks at the first Western historians—the ancient Greeks Herodotus and Thucydides. The second article explores the printing revolution and its impact on Renaissance Europe. The last article looks at the “Great Compromiser” Henry Clay and his attempts to peacefully settle the disputes that ultimately led to the Civil War.

World History: Herodotus and Thucydides: Inventing History

World History: Gutenberg and the Printing Revolution in Europe

U.S. History: Henry Clay: Compromise and Union

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